2019 operating grant for adolescent contraception concludes with policy research in Uganda
The partners organised two stakeholder consultation meetings with approx. 60 people at the Ugandan Ministry of Health. The partners received feedback on their preliminary analysis of Ugandan laws and policies. Data from an additional fifteen key informant interviews conducted during...
“WOMEN EMPOWER” simultaneous photo exhibition in hospital central 2018 Maputo, Mozambique and University Hospital Ghent
The University Hospital Ghent will be hosting this exhibition during the yearly activity festival in Ghent, Belmundo.
Greetings from the Chair Prof. Dr. Marleen Temmerman
To all women and girls worldwide: Happy International Women’s Day !
Welcome Blanche and Laura to the ICRH team!
The chat project started one year ago at ICRH Belgium. Through the Chat, they are offering support and attentive listening to the victims or their support figures and also give them all the information they need. At the same time,...
Family Planning Findings for Performance Monitoring for Action Round One Released
The dissemination event was attended by over 80 invited guests from the National and County governments, FP partners, donors, multilateral agencies, civil society, media and private sector organizations. This was a strategic opportunity to update the partners on the annual...
PhD defense by Ms Elizabeth Kemigisha
March 12th PhD student from Uganda Ms Elizabeth Kemigisha is defending her PhD at Ghent University Elizabeth Kemigisha is PhD student at Ghent University and paediatrician and lecturer at Mbarara University of Science and Technology (South Western Uganda).
Marleen Temmerman honoured with a Fellowship honoris causa of the by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
The honorary award is in recognition of Prof Marleen’s highest level of dedication and achievement towards the advancement of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and the development of women’s healthcare in Kenya and the region.
Sexual and gender-based violence Sensitization Workshop with media persons
ICRH Kenya currently implements a project aimed at increasing awareness on Sexual and gender-based violence, funded by the AmplifyChange project.
Prof. Ines Keygnaert wins Lucien De Coninck 2020 Prize
The Lucien De Coninck Prize is a prize that is awarded every two years. It goes to the person who combines high-quality scientific research with humanistic and liberal inspired social engagement.
The International Centre for Reproductive Health is 25 years old!
Twenty five years ago the International Centre of Reproductive Health (ICRH) was founded by Professor Marleen Temmerman, as a response to the International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo in 1994. It was established first at Ghent University, but...