Participation in an international study on delivery room management has given neonatologists in Uzbekistan the chance to hold up a mirror to their own practice.
Sexual and reproductive health and rights
A multi-disciplinary team from Dresden is working with Uzbek neonatologists, surgeons and nurses to integrate new diagnostic and treatment technologies – and to strengthen the overall approach to care for premature and sick babies.
WHS 2023: Germany co-hosts the first pledging moment for the Global Financing Facility’s ‘Deliver the Future’ campaign
The atmosphere was electric at this major pledging event which attracted a full house in the Rudolf Virchow Room, the Summit’s largest venue.
Burundi’s Reproductive Health Programme combines Systemic Quality Improvement in health centres with Community-Based Networking for adolescent and youth health.
Getting Kyrgyz women the antenatal care they’re entitled to: Closing the gap between paper and practice
Pregnant women in Kyrgyzstan are entitled to a basic package of antenatal care services through the country’s national social health insurance. Yet accessing these services can be like navigating an obstacle course. A German-supported project is raising women’s awareness of their rights and making it easier for pregnant women who are uninsured to get covered.
Why ‘MenstruAction’ is a gender-transformative approach: BMZ and GIZ‘s commitment to a movement that has come a long way
How a neglected yet vital issue has climbed up the development agenda, why it matters and what still needs to be done.
Climate change is increasingly recognised as serious threat to human health with pregnant women and newborns amongst those most at risk. This, and how to mitigate the effects, was the topic of a roundtable discussion at the World Health Summit in Berlin in October 2022.
At the 20th International Dialogue on Population and Sustainable Development over 100 experts looked back and ahead on building resilience in the face of crises concerning sexual and reproductive health and rights.
In the context of the triple crisis of climate change, conflict and pandemics, development leaders and young people discuss the importance of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) as a core component of Universal Health Coverage (UHC)
‘Nothing about us without us’ – putting young people and their sexual and reproductive health and rights at the centre
At a virtual two-day conference, experts from around the world discussed challenges and opportunities in advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights for – and together with – young people.