How to fulfill commitments to Sustainable Development Goal 3.7 in the time of COVID-19

Sexual and reproductive health rights are essential to achieving the sustainable development goals (STGs). This side of it will examine how to use the SDGs to guide policy programs both through and in the aftermath of the Covid Dash 19 pandemic. Our panelists will present new global evidence and discuss country and regional policies that support the inclusion of sexual and reproductive health and rights in repairing and rebuilding health systems.

Malaria’s Rising Toll in the COVID Shadow

Will the world’s preoccupation with COVID set the stage for 800,000 malaria deaths this year? Join global health titans as they discuss preventing a worldwide resurgence of one of mankind’s deadliest diseases.

Sustaining Behaviour Change for COVID-19

Join health and communication experts to share experiences and discuss communication approaches to sustain behavior change in the COVID-19 responses.

Implications of COVID-19 in Sub Saharan Africa on the SDGs and Demographic Dividend: The Case of Senegal

Dr. Latif Dramini, Professor of Economics at the University of Thiès and Coordinator of the Center for Research in Economics and Applied Finance of Thiès (CREFAT), Representative of the NTA International Executive Council for Francophone Africa, and Coordinator of the Regional Center of Excellence for Research in Generational Economics (CREG) will address the implications of […]

Youth Champions Instagram Live Session: “COVID-19 & Sex”

In preparation for the SBCC Summit, the event organizers identified rising stars in SBCC from around the world to set the youth agenda. While awaiting the September 2021 event, this group of Youth Champions remain engaged. Joining global efforts to spread accurate health information amidst COVID-19, and leveraging one of the channels most-used by young people worldwide – social media – the team is organizing a series of Instagram Live events to take place over the next weeks. Each event will address a different aspect of young people’s health and seek to answer youth’s questions about safeguarding themselves during the pandemic.

Introducing the COVID-19 Digital Classroom

The COVID-19 Digital Classroom brings together global leaders in communication, animation development, and training strategies to provide high-quality digital health education content to community-based health workers responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

IFFS & WHO Webinar: COVID-19 Impact on Access to Fertility Services

Please join the International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS) and the World Health Organization (WHO) on 27th of July 2020 for an interactive webinar discussing the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had - and will continue to have - on access to fertility services. The program includes an update on WHO guidance, an assessment of access to care on a global level, reports on experiences from specific countries, and a patient perspective in the context of COVID-19.

Responding to the Impact of COVID-19 on Refugees

Disease modeling and humanitarian health experts at JHU will discuss what impact COVID-19 will have in terms of infections and outcomes in refugee camps, and the response needed to protect children with routine immunizations and a potential COVID-19 vaccine.

Social and Behavior Change for Nutrition During COVID-19

This webinar will review important considerations and share experiences and resources to support country programs in adapting nutrition SBC programming in response to the challenges presented by COVID-19. Presenters will also discuss how to handle nutrition-related myths and misconceptions that have surfaced during the pandemic.

The webinar will be in English, with simultaneous interpretation into French.

SSHAP and Africa CDC Webinar: Lockdowns and the Easing of Restrictions

Join SSHAP and Africa CDC as we discuss emerging best practices and challenges faced by the Member States in easing public health and social measures.We'll also be discussing strategies that could fit the African context to ensure that medically vulnerable groups are protected and primary health services continue, as well as strategies to mitigate social and economic impacts as a result of the epidemic.

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