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Scaling up vasectomy services could help the country increase its mCPR to 66% by 2030, and more.
“There’s phenomenal potential in interdisciplinary collaboration, but how do we bring people together and help make it happen?”
Thousands of students at the Uganda Institute of Allied Health and Management Sciences of Mulago (UIAHMS), Makerere University School of Medicine, and Kabale University now have 24/7 digital access to academic and reference materials thanks to new digital libraries.
Health workers are screening family planning clients to reach more survivors of violence.
A new digital registry is a critical step on the path to professionalizing the country’s community health workers.
Pape Gaye and Gracey Vaughn's chapter in A New Global Agenda illustrates the issues to be addressed in the next decade if we are to meet our global goals.
IntraHealth will implement the work in the nine Ouagadougou Partnership countries of West Africa, beginning with Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, and Niger.
SwitchPoint Advisory Council members will advise on upcoming trends, partnership opportunities, and more.
Our local partners have reached more than 35,500 people with HIV care and treatment.
The Ouagadougou Partnership member countries together prevented 100,000 unintended pregnancies last year.
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