In 2023, 339 million people will need humanitarian assistance, the majority of whom will come from or are hosted in fragile settings. For the millions of people living in these settings, self-care offers an exciting opportunity to fill critical sexual and reproductive health (SRH) gaps in disrupted health systems.
Building on a recent global assessment of SRH self-care in humanitarian settings to address this gap, the International Rescue Committee, SCTG and IAWG Self-Care Task Team are launching a Global Call-To-Action for Sexual and Reproductive Health Self-Care in Humanitarian and Fragile Settings.
Join the official launch event on July 26 to hear from researchers, implementers and high-level government officials committed to progressing the identified targets, and learn how you can support and advance SRH self-care in humanitarian and fragile settings.
Pathfinder’s Crystal Lander, Chief Strategic Engagement Officer, will moderate the discussion.