EXTENDED DEADLINE: CALL FOR LESSONS LEARNED FROM IMPLEMENTING WHO GUIDELINES ON ABORTION CARE
CALL FOR LESSONS LEARNED FROM IMPLEMENTING WHO GUIDELINES ON ABORTION CARE
Don't miss this opportunity to receive a grant and technical support to document your implementation experiences!
New deadline: 14 July.
IBP Network, based at the World Health Organization (WHO) headquarters, invites you to share your local Implementation Story on how you have used and adapted WHO guidelines and tools related to CAC. Selected applicants will be supported by the IBP Network in capturing and conveying their lessons learnt, challenges faced and recommendations, using a storytelling format. They will also receive a stipend to support their documentation process.
WHO guidelines and tools that address sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) are widely disseminated amongst high level policy stakeholders. There is, however, limited documentation on how these guidelines and tools are practically implemented and adapted on the ground, and on the impact that such implementation can have for individuals and communities.
Efficient and innovative documentation contributes to the wider evidence base around successful implementation and scale-up of evidence-based interventions in SRHR, while also encouraging learning from and sharing of real-life experiences of what works and what does not work in local contexts.
In an effort to encourage documentation and sharing of concrete use of WHO guidelines and tools in local settings, the IBP Network calls for experiences on how WHO guidelines and tools related to comprehensive abortion care (CAC) have been implemented by stakeholders at country level.
Selected applicants will be supported by the IBP Network in capturing and conveying their lessons learnt, challenges faced and recommendations, using a storytelling format. They will also receive a stipend of $2400 to support their documentation process.
Has your organization implemented any WHO guidelines or tools related to CAC? Take this opportunity to receive support documenting your work and impact in innovative ways - as well as to share your experiences with other SRHR stakeholders around the world!
For further details, see the attached call.
This project is our second initiative to collect implementation stories in the space of SRHR. The first round of IBP Implementation Stories, capturing use of FP/RH guidelines and High Impact Practices, generated 15 fantastic story briefs. Visit the IBP Platform to read all 15 winning stories.
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