World AIDS Day 2016
Hands up for HIV Prevention!
In the run-up to World AIDS Day 2016, GIZ and KfW colleagues from around the world raised their hands to make the UNAIDS photo campaign Hands up for #HIVPrevention a success. Their short and bold statements set out priorities for HIV prevention, aiming to end AIDS by 2030.
At the 14th International Dialogue on Population and Sustainable Development, which took place in Berlin on 10/11 November 2016, delegates called for the harmonisation of follow-up and review mechanisms as a key element in achieving the SRHR-related goals of the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development.
My needs are the same as yours: People with disabilities and their sexual and reproductive health
Men and women with disabilities care for and support others as husbands and wives, mothers and fathers, sons and daughters. Research shows that they can realize their sexual and reproductive health rights and aspirations if health workers are willing to engage with them and know how to provide some practical support.
ESTHER University and Hospital Partnerships in Africa
As a consequence of the Ebola crisis in West Africa, ESTHER Germany is expanding its partnership network, aiming to strengthen epidemic preparedness and patient safety on the African continent. It is calling German and African health institutions to submit expressions of interest for partnerships to improve patient safety.
From November 25 to 27 2016, German-Kenyan Cooperation hosted a hackathon in Nairobi, looking for innovative digital solutions for health problems facing children and adolescents in Kenya. Three hacker teams were selected to pitch their ideas in Berlin in February 2017.
Reliable maternal mortality estimates are needed to plan and monitor interventions. Yet often births and deaths are under-recorded and regular surveys are too costly. Can a promising new mortality estimation technique help solve this problem for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and beyond?
In February/March 2016, three national Open Space Conferences took place in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. 463 stakeholders from government, civil society, religious, traditional and development organisations used this unique format to discuss how their countries’ health systems could be improved.
Some 200 delegates from GIZ and partner organisations attended the two-day retreat on Health, Social Protection and Inclusion GIZ hosted in Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler. The main theme addressed was: How far does the new development agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) represent a paradigm shift, and what will that mean for our work?
As the joint German-Namibian HIV programme prepared to wind down, it was feared its accomplishments would be forgotten. A novel solution – an interactive knowledge map – was created to keep this knowledge alive, capture its results and present them in a way others could use and be inspired by them.
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