Publications

Senperforto, the international participatory research project for prevention of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) in the European Reception & Asylum Sector, has developed the SGBV Prevention Training Manual "Make it Work!".It is the first tool in a broader Frame of Reference for Prevention of SGBV in the European Reception & Asylum Sector.

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On March 8, 2010, ICRH successfully launched the book “Vrouwen onder Druk. Schendingen van de seksuele gezondheid bij kwetsbare vrouwen”. (Women under Pressure. Violations of sexual health of vulnerable women).

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Genitale heelkunde: cosmetische genitale chirurgie, maagdenvliesherstel, chirurgie na vrouwelijke genitale mutilatie
Bookchapter in book entitled: "Bijblijven Vaginale Klachten 2009/08"

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bookchapter in book entitled: Reproductieve geneeskunde, gynaecologie en obstetrie anno 2009
Editor E. Slager

Pages 767 - 771 - ISBN: 978-90-811646-5-8

 

 

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Human papillomavirus (HPV) and HIV are each responsible for a considerable burden of disease. Interactions between these infections pose substantial public health challenges, especially where HIV prevalence is high and HPV vaccine coverage low.

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Bacterial vaginosis is the most common cause of vaginal complaints. Bacterial vaginosis is further associated with a sizeable burden of infectious complications.

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Background: The vaginal microflora is important for maintaining vaginal health and preventing infections of the reproductive tract. The rectum has been suggested as the major source for the colonisation of the vaginal econiche. Methods: To establish whether the rectum can serve as a possible bacterial reservoir for colonisation of the vaginal econiche, we cultured vaginal and rectal specimens from pregnant women at 35-37 weeks of gestation, identified the isolates to the species level with tRNA intergenic length polymorphism analysis (tDNA-PCR) and genotyped the isolates for those subjects from which the same species was isolated simultaneously vaginally and rectally, by RAPD-analysis. One vaginal and one rectal swab were collected from a total of each of 132 pregnant women at 3537 weeks of gestation. Swabs were cultured on Columbia CNA agar and MRS agar. For each subject 4 colonies were selected for each of both sites, i.e. 8 colonies in total.

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