ICRH-Mozambique has won a small grant on behalf of the Reproductive and Sexual Rights Network to support Mozambican civil society engagement, alignment, and coordinated action for improved women’s, children’s, and adolescents’ health (WCAH).

Country representatives responsible for developing a national SRHR action plan to accelerate the ICPD agenda, can now use two new tools to help them monitor and evaluate their plans. ICRH and UNFPA EECARO presented the tools during a webinar that is available online

At the 2019 HSR UK Conference in Manchester (UK), dedicated to addressing health systems challenges and health policies around the world, Emilomo Ogbe (researcher at ICRH Belgium) presented a poster on key recommendations for engaging policy makers to promote evidence based sexual and reproductive health policies.

ICRH's Dr. Katrina Perehudoff joined health researchers and advocates issuing a call in Lancet Oncology for governments & stakeholders to act now to decrease the price of new essential cancer medicines.

New colleagues at the offices of ICRH in Ghent

ICRH Belgium is welcoming Ms. Di Xiao, Dr. Pei Wang and Mr. Rongxin He, from the People's Republic of China at their offices in Ghent.

ChunTing Peng is exchange student from Wuhan University China at ICRH Belgium

As part of the Master in health promotion at the National University of Ireland Galway, Meagan O’Neill took part in a two week placement at the ICRH at the University of Ghent under the supervision of Professor Kristien Michielsen. The goal of the placement was to develop and practice health promotion knowledge and skills within an alternative European setting.

On Monday 17th of June Dr. Alexia Sabbe successfully defended her PhD thesis, entitled: “Forced and child marriage at the intersection of health, gender and human rights: Understanding the determinants in Morocco and the impact of the migratory context in Belgium”.

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