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Launching a Global Call-To-Action for SRH Self-Care in Humanitarian and Fragile Settings

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.

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