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K4Health Newsletter | November 2015
Volume 6 | Issue 11

In This Issue:

These Are Stories Worth Spreading

Why are we passionate about family planning? For many, it’s more than the numbers that motivate us. It’s the human stories behind those numbers that give them meaning. This is why we are thrilled to announce the launch of Family Planning Voices (FP Voices). Led by K4Health and Family Planning 2020, FP Voices is a one-year initiative to document and share real stories from individuals around the world who are passionate about family planning.

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ICFP Update
 

Along with the rest of the global family planning community, we were very much looking forward to the 2015 International Family Planning Conference. ICFP was to be held November 9 -12, in Nusa Dua, Indonesia but was postponed due to volcanic ash.  The conference has been rescheduled for January 25-28, 2016, in Nusa Dua. We applaud the conference organizers for prioritizing the health and safety of conference participants and look forward to joining the rescheduled conference in January. In the meantime, let’s keep the conversation going! Use #ICFP and @ICFP2016 to follow the discussion online.

New Certificate Program in Governance and Health
 

Beneficiaries of a well-governed and managed health facility. Courtesy of MSH.Improving governance helps a strong health system achieve greater health impact. Good governance enables the effective use of medicines, information, human resources, and finances to deliver better health service performance to improve health outcomes. 

The Global Health eLearning Center is happy to announce a new certificate program in governance and health. The certificate program is comprised of three successive courses that provide a plethora of real life examples, practical guidance and tools, and evidence from research that makes learning easy, enjoyable, and relevant.

Read more about this new and exciting certificate program in a blog post by Mahesh Shukla, Senior Technical Advisor for the Leadership, Management, & Governance Project at Management Sciences for Health.

Improving Health Care Quality
 

A mother holds her son and discusses vaccination with a nurse at a health center in Niger State, Nigeria. © 2013 Adrian Brooks, Courtesy of Photoshare. The new USAID Global Health eLearning Center course, Improving Health Care Quality, was designed by the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project to provide an overview for public health practitioners on how to address and improve processes of care.

This course aims to introduce learners to principles and approaches that can help health care workers continually improve their performance. It will help to demystify quality improvement and provide an overview of different approaches to improve health care. The course introduces a wide range of methods to improve quality, with a particular focus on process improvement. Read what Senior Implementation Advisor for the USAID ASSIST Project Kim Ethier Stover has to say about the course

Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: A Human Rights Violation
 

© 2012 Paolo Pangui/HORIZON JEUNE/Cameroon Youth Network, Courtesy of Photoshare. Description - Adolescents show solidarity in the fight against female genital cutting in Foumbot, a small rural community in the West region of Cameroon.The practice of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) harms women’s physical, psychological, and sexual and reproductive health. It is a violation of women's fundamental human rights, yet more than 125 million girls and women have experienced FGM/C, and an additional three million girls are at risk of being cut in the next decade. 

To learn more about FGM/C and promising practices to eliminate it, take the updated Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting course hosted on the USAID Global Health eLearning Center.

 

World Vasectomy Day: An Act of Love
 

Although the International Conference on Family Planning was postponed, World Vasectomy Day events went on as planned. This year’s events emphasized the importance of male involvement in family planning as an act of love.

After several weeks of outreach to men and communities around Indonesia, World Vasectomy 2015 culminated on November 13th in Gianyar, Bali. The full-day ceremony featured live-stream participation from around the world, on-site vasectomies, a welcome from the mayor, and support from BKKBN (Indonesia’s National Family Planning Board). In the days leading up to World Vasectomy Day, the team visited two Islamic clerics in Wonosobo, Java, who are also vasectomy champions. Watch their video, which was shot, directed, and edited by Nicolas Cuellar.

K4Health interviewed Jonathan Stack, the co-founder of World Vasectomy Day, for FP Voices. Read his story here.
 

           

The Knowledge for Health (K4Heath) Project is supported by USAID's Office of Population and Reproductive Health, Bureau for Global Health, under Cooperative Agreement #AID-OAA-A-13-00068 with the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) in collaboration with FHI 360, Management Sciences for Health, and IntraHealth International. The contents of this newsletter are the sole responsibility of CCP. The information provided in this newsletter is not official U.S. Government information and does not necessarily represent the views or positions of USAID, the United States Government, or the Johns Hopkins University.

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