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MSc/MRes Global Health Programme 2020/21 - Shared screen with speaker view
Lazaro Mujumbusi
27:07
How do you sign up or register for those trainings? And also who qualifies to receive such trainings?
Dr Aishatu Abubakar Sadiq
28:22
the training site gfmer.org has all the information on courses and application processes.
Dr Aishatu Abubakar Sadiq
29:03
you fill the online application form and email your supporting documents
fionna
33:37
there are 2 types of online training courses. 1) self running courses: no registration needed and free of charge. Just sign up, complete the course and get the certificate. 2) Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research online course running every year. This course required to register and pay. All information can be find in GFMER website (www.gfmer.ch)
Cynthia Kairu
45:01
One of the consequences of Covid on poorer populations in my country has been an increase in teen pregnancies, cases of girls trading sex for resources like sanitary towels...I wonder if you have seen similar patterns in the regions you work? Do you have programs that address this? what strategies would you adopt to address these issues?
Cynthia Kairu
45:49
broadly speaking that is. i understand these issues are quite complex
fionna
46:32
In 2020, we organized the online training course in adolescent sexual and reproductive health Responding to the SRH needs of adolescents in the context of the COVID-19 crisis
fionna
46:58
this course fully supported by WHO and FP2020. 310 participants joined the course.
fionna
47:26
during the course, there was discussion forum. participants shared their local situation and experiences.
fionna
48:10
this is the way we understood the situation in different countries , especailly developing countries.
fionna
53:05
January-March 2021, we just finished an online training course: in adolescent sexual and reproductive health, Meeting the needs and fulfilling the rights of adolescents’ sexual and reproductive health for WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region.
fionna
53:52
the continuity of SRH information and service provision to adolescents in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cynthia Kairu
56:16
That's great. Thanks
fionna
58:36
The course files & videos are open access even the courses were finished. You are welcome to read them for your own development. WHO and their resource parties spent a lot of effort in producing all materials.
fionna
58:44
ASRH 2020: https://www.gfmer.ch/SRH-Course-2020/
fionna
58:56
ASRH 2021: https://www.gfmer.ch/SRH-Course-2021/adolescent-health/index.htm
Shalom Odigbo
59:11
Thank you.
fionna
01:00:01
We have planned to run a global version of ASRH and the French version of ASRH in 2021. Stay tuned.
Melaku Sam
01:00:34
Thanks Shalom!
Cynthia Kairu
01:02:08
When you talked about training on Fistula and pregnancy. I have read these issues are especially related to FGM practices. What has been your experience with that in partner countries? Are there trainings on FGM in relation to sexual and reproductive health in terms of how trainees can handlesuch cases?(hope my question makes sense)
Melaku Sam
01:03:44
No idea
Andrew A. Roy
01:07:15
Thank you friend for the very elaborate result oriented presentation
fionna
01:12:48
we have a webpage dedicated to FGM https://www.gfmer.ch/srr/fgm.htm
Cynthia Kairu
01:14:48
Alright. Thank you for the resources
Cynthia Kairu
01:16:34
Thank you for a great session
Susannah Young
01:16:40
Thank you all!
Melaku Sam
01:16:41
Thank you everyone for clear and informative presentation
Nicole
01:16:43
Thank you so much!
Atziri Ramirez Negrin
01:16:58
Thank you very much
Lazaro Mujumbusi
01:17:00
Thanks team
James Tawse
01:17:02
Thank you, really interesting session
Lela Shengelia
01:17:05
Thank you
Dr. Moniruzzaman Manik
01:17:14
Thanks you all
fionna
01:17:24
Thanks for everyone and looking forward any collaboration opportunity.
Hamdia Ahmed
01:17:24
Thank you