Enjoy reading the ICRH Global Newsletter of August 2018!

On 29 April ICRH Global chair Prof Marleen Temmerman received the prestigious Van Acker Award.

International Centre for Reproductive Health Kenya (ICRHK) in collaboration with Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has begun a 10-day training of resident enumerator coordinators and resident enumerators for round two of PMA2020/Kenya nutrition survey at Gardens Hotel, Machakos County.

The training began on Monday, April 23, 2018, and is expected to end on Wednesday, May 2, 2018.

On April 17, the results of the BORESHA project were disseminated in Nairobi, Kenya. The BORESHA project is a study assessing the feasibility of conducting HIV prevention interventions at entertainment venues, such as bars or clubs, to sex workers and their clients.

Read all our latest news of our projects, events and publications in our April 2018 newsletter.

On 21/03/2018, The Ministry of Health, Reproductive and Maternal Health Services Unit (RMHSU) conducted the first dissemination of the National Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health Policy Implementation Framework, 2017-2021. The event took place at Silver Springs Hotel, Nairobi and was attended by representatives of organizations in the Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health technical working group.

March 5, 2018.ICRHK has today begun a two day data use workshop for PMA2020 project at Maanzoni lodge, Machakos County. The purpose of the workshop is to build the capacity of participants by providing them with an opportunity for hands on exercise in handling PMA2020/Kenya data lab.

The workshop also aims to give the participants a better understanding of how PMA2020/Kenya data relates with other existing data to inform policy and programs on key family planning issues in Kenya.

21st February 2018.ICRHK has today began a three day refresher course training for its 17 PMA Agile project resident enumerators drawn from Migori, Kericho and Uasin Gishu counties at Jarika County Lodge, Nakuru County, Kenya.
The objectives of the training is to review key take aways from quarter 1 of the project data collection, review issues reported in the field during quarter 1, clarify questions and concerns on questionnaire content and offer solutions to concerns raised from public and private family planning delivery points.