My-EQIP is a Government of Myanmar and Government of Australia education quality improvement program. Here we are rounding off some gender training with a web of reflection.

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Hospital based One Stop Crisis Management Centres (OCMCs) are one of the Government of Nepal’s key responses to gender based violence (GBV). There are 55 OCMCs across Nepal. They provide an integrated package of services through a ‘one-door’ system that follows a multisectoral and locally coordinated approach to provide survivors with a comprehensive range of services including health care, psycho-social counselling, medico-legal services, access to safe homes, legal protection, personal security and rehabilitation support. OCMCs are founded on three core principles: (i) ensuring the security and safety of GBV survivors, (ii) maintaining confidentiality, and (iii) respecting the dignity, rights and wishes of survivors at all times.

In Northern Laos, village facilitators are working to improve maternal and child health and nutrition through a package of social and behaviour change communication. This event included information sharing on infant and young child feeding, growth monitoring and a cooking demonstration. 

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One of the outcomes of our support to the Ministry of Health and Population is the National Guidelines for Disability Inclusive Health Services, 2019. A pathbreaking initiative in Nepal, these guidelines are targeted at health sector managers and health professionals, and are an important step towards meeting the Government of Nepal's Sustainable Development Goals and the rights of persons with disabilities.

National Guidelines for Disability Inclusive Health Services, 2019

Deborah Thomas presenting at the HSR2018 - Fifth Symposium on Health Systems Research - Liverpool - Empowering Communities for Health in Cambodia. Read more

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