Today, on November 11th, we celebrate the Belgian Women’s Day. ICRH considers the struggle for equality between women and men important.

Het DIFFER project, met als focus onderzoek rond het verbeteren van de seksuele gezondheidszorg voor sekswerkers, stelt onderzoeksresultaten voor.

A two day symposium on: 'Delivering HIV and sexual and reproductive health services to female sex workers. Lessons learned from South Africa, Mozambique, Kenya and India.'

On September 26th, 2016 at 5:30 An-Sofie Van Parys will defend her thesis at the UZ campus, auditorium C

A crucial but seldom considered building block in optimizing health care logistics and family planning services is the human factor: the degree to which staff are motivated and feel responsible for delivering high quality services and meeting customer’s needs and expectations. The International Centre for Reproductive Health (ICRH) explored how and to what extent the motivational factor of family planning service and commodity provision can be optimized, and the impact this can have on avoiding stock-outs.

De overheid wil de zorg voor mensen die seksueel geweld meemaakten verbeteren. Daarom heeft ze de Universiteit Gent gevraagd om te onderzoeken of die zorg verbeterd kan worden met “referentiecentra seksueel geweld”. Dit zijn centra waar een slachtoffer van recent seksueel geweld zowel medische, psychosociale als forensische zorg (vb afname van een Seksueel Agressie Set indien gewenst) kan krijgen. Omdat we het zeer belangrijk vinden om de ervaring van overlevers mee te nemen, doen we deze warme oproep tot deelname.

Never before were there more young people (10-24 years) than now; never before did they comprise such a big share of the world population than now. Almost 9 out of 10 live in less developed countries. Keeping them healthy is not only beneficial for themselves, but crucial for the development of societies. Young people are particularly vulnerable for poor sexual and reproductive health and the progress in this field has been limited over the past decades.

Recently, ICRH started a research of well-being and safety of women in Brussels.
For this study 500 women between 18 and 74 years, living in Brussels will be interviewed at home.