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International Women's Day

Sexual and reproductive health and rights – the role of governments and clinicians to ensure access to comprehensive SRHR for all women and girls across the life course.

RCOG’s annual International Women’s Day 2022 event focused on the impact of donor funding challenges on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). 

This webinar examines issues around inconsistent bilateral funding for SRHR and explores clinicians’ roles as advocates for the prioritisation of SRHR in donor funding.

Why view

  • Have a better understanding of the funding landscape for SRHR; in particular, the challenges of inconsistent funding and uncertainty in bilateral donor relationships
  • Understand the impact of the UK ODA cuts to SRHR
  • Increase understanding of different methods that can be employed to break down SRHR delivery barriers and ensure continuous and improved delivery of SRHR services when funding fails
  • Obtain an understanding of what role they can play in improving / advocating for improvement to SRHR service delivery

Who should view

  • RCOG fellows and members
  • NGO partners
  • Policy makers

 

Read the full programme