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Urban Reproductive Health Initiative – New website

mleThe Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) Project for the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (URHI) is pleased to announce the launch of its website: www.urbanreproductivehealth.org. Through a rigorous evaluation study design, the MLE project will identify approaches that increase contraceptive prevalence rates in rapidly growing cities in India, Nigeria, Kenya, and Senegal.

The MLE project serves as the technical resource for local efforts to monitor and evaluate URHI programs in these countries and documents evidence-based best practices for health services that target the urban poor. Through the website and other dissemination events, the MLE project plans to share promising approaches with policy makers, program managers, and researchers globally and build local capacity to undertake rigorous measurement and evaluation of population, family planning, and integrated reproductive health activities targeting vulnerable urban populations.

To receive the MLE quarterly e-newsletter, please register at: http://www.cpc.unc.edu/urbanreproductivehealth/registration.

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  1. November 3, 2009 at 12:27 am

    help more and more kids is really nice of you because you guys are really helping this wrold because evrey kids are a gift form god I would like to help you in this but I don’t know how can I be able diti as please infome in case you guys need help. God may help you and they may porsper you

  2. January 26, 2010 at 5:07 pm

    This is a new way of reproductive health education. good to it

  3. February 8, 2010 at 8:51 am

    This initiative is quite good, helpful and useful to every individuals in the world. It will help people to make good decision about reproductive health issues at the urban level. It will assist in curbing some reproductive health problems, such as human sexuality problems, violence against women, harmful practices against women, sexually transmitted infections, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS, female genital mutilation/cutting, unsafe abortion, infertility amongst others.
    People can easily use the information on this page to improve the reproductive health status of both men and women globally.
    Thanks.
    Dr O. ‘Lanre OLAITAN, Ph.D.
    Reproductive and Family Health Specialist.
    University of Ilorin,
    Nigeria

  4. Haruna Hussaini Bunza
    October 4, 2010 at 9:54 pm

    Helping people in addressing such type of proble is very important especially among the female. Many families are seriously suffered with this type of problem. This will help people to a more understand and paved a way to address the problem as soon as found involve. May God help you

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