In het kader van een onderzoeksproject rond seksueel geweld bij ouderen zoekt het International Centre for Reproductive Health (ICRH) van de Universiteit Gent interviewers die op vrijwillige basis aan dit project wensen mee te werken voor de periode van april 2019 tot en met september 2019.

We are currently seeking motivated Masters students/graduates for the following opportunities in the ANSER network, based at ICRH

An international research alliance, led by Ghent University, announces a five-year project to develop a new test and approach for cervical cancer screening in hard-to-reach populations. The test will combine self-sampling with a new low-cost, portable measurement device and will be validated in dedicated screening trials in Belgium, Brazil, Ecuador, and Portugal.

The prestigious African Academy of Sciences awarded prof. Marleen Temmerman as a leading scientist working in the region and promoting research across the continent.

While the role of parents in SRH education is key, they often lack communication skills amidst cultural norms which do not provide for preventive messages regarding risky sexual behaviours. A new joint ICRH-Mbarara University project wants to improve young adolescents’ access to comprehensive SRH information by improving communication capabilities of parents/guardians in rural areas in Uganda.

Prof Temmerman at the Graduation of the Technical University, Mombasa, Kenya, representing Ghent University and Aga Khan University.

Prof Marleen Temmerman became a boardmember of Futbol Mas Kenya, a great social football programme in Mathare Valley, Nairobi.

Consortium of academics and NGOs launch the ADAPT project to investigate adolescent family planning policies and outcomes in Uganda and Kenya.

ICRH-Mozambique has been awarded a grant by the Government of Flanders to promote sexual and reproductive health and rights of younger adolescents aged 10 to 14 years.