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K4Health Newsletter | September Issue
Volume 8 | Issue 9
Population, Health & Environment 

The Lake Victoria Basin Commission (LVBC) in partnership with K4Health and Population Reference Bureau (PRB) will host a two-day regional Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) Symposium in Entebbe, Uganda, on September 27-28, 2017. The purpose of the symposium is to take stock of PHE policy and programming contributions toward achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Attend the event!

 
Global Digital Health Forum on Evolving Landscape

Registration is now open for the fourth annual Global Digital Health Forum, a premier gathering for digital health professionals from around the world. Hosted by The Global Digital Health Network and Personal Connected Health Alliance, the diverse event will feature panel presentations, hands-on workshops, poster presentations, and an interactive “Appy Hour.”
 
Register here.

 
Meeting Health Needs of Young Married Women and First-time Parents

Join Pathfinder International and the E2A project on Wednesday, September 13, 2017, from 8:30 a.m. ET to 9:30 a.m. ET for a webinar on the recently launched K4Health Toolkit Meeting the Sexual & Reproductive Health Needs of Young Married Women & First-time Parents. Webinar viewers will get a real-time tour of the new Toolkit and have the opportunity to ask questions about the content and its application.
 
Sign up today!

 
Fighting Zika with Knowledge Management and Strategic Communication

On Thursday, September 14, 2017, K4Health will co-host a panel discussion on fighting Zika at the 16th annual Global Health Mini-University. During this session, panelists will introduce a strategic communication framework  for Zika prevention along with a number of other tools that have been instrumental in the outbreak response to stop the spread and negative pregnancy outcomes of Zika virus.
 
Find out more.

 
Tuungane Project in Tanzania

The "Last Mile" is the most fragile part of a supply chain. In terms of reproductive health, the Last Mile can sometimes mean the difference between life and death.

Read our new case study with the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition and  Pathfinder International, which provides recommendations for how to get lifesaving supplies across the Last Mile.
 
Read the case study.

 
Think Twice About Using Jargon

Jargon and technical language help us communicate effectively with colleagues. But when writing for or speaking to an external audience, using jargon is a surefire way to turn people off, confuse them, or—worse—put them to sleep. This month in The Exchange, CCP Team Lead Lisa Cobb helps readers examine their own use of jargon and think about when and how to use plain language instead.
 
Read "Jargon."

 
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