On March 3rd, Ipas, ARROW, SAfAIDS, and ASAP will join forces to present a webinar on the importance of a gender lens in healthcare.
Building resilient reproductive health access
Why we must use a gender lens during the pandemic and after
Wednesday, March 3, 9:00 – 10:30am EST
As International Women’s Day approaches, please join us to explore how the COVID-19 pandemic and its disproportionate impact on women is driving innovation and new approaches to expand reproductive health access—right now and for the long term.
Presenters in this webinar will discuss how COVID-19 is impacting all facets of reproductive health and why a gender lens is necessary to overcome challenges and sustain change. And they’ll share examples of promising strategies and programs that can help build a more equitable reality for women and girls after the pandemic.
Malena Morales, Director, Ipas Bolivia: Reducing gender inequalities through strategies to promote sexual and reproductive health as part of essential services during COVID-19
Siva Thanenthiran, Executive Director, ARROW: Why evidence of the pandemic’s impact on sexual and reproductive health shows us the need for an intersectional approach to public health policy
Rouzeh Eghtessadi, Executive Director, SAfAIDS: Re-weaving the fabric of SRHR amid COVID-19 and its threat on women’s and girls’ rights and well-being
Suchitra Dalvie, Coordinator, Asia Safe Abortion Partnership: Is thinking “outside of the box” enough to change the gendered impact of a pandemic?
Tanvi Monga, Manager of Community Engagement, Ipas