Contributor: Erin Rains
This webinar will offer an opportunity to hear from two experts in this area who are leading national social work associations and councils. Participants will have the opportunity for discussion with the speakers as well as other participants through the webinar format.
7 Mar 2013
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Because I am a Girl is a global initiative of Plan International that creates sustainable projects in developing countries to give girls access to the most basic of human rights: clean water, food, health care, education, financial security, and protection from violence and exploitation. We reach out to the most marginalized and vulnerable populations of girls around the world, working alongside them, equipping them with the tools and resources to achieve their hopes and dreams, and rigorously measuring our impact every step of the way.
Join USAID's Interagency Youth Working Group, the Coalition for Adolescent Girls and the Youth Health and Rights Coalition for a provoking online discussion about the critical importance of a girl-centered approach to health and development.
19 Feb 2013
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News of the Week -
Join more than 200 global health leaders from close to 100 different organizations for skill building, networking and program learning. The theme for this year's Spring Meeting is " Capacity Strengthening for Global Health: Partnerships, Accountability, Integration, Learning (PAIL) ."
Registration is also open for the CORE Group Spring Pre-Meeting Workshop 2013: Operations Research, taking place April 22. This half-day workshop will look at recent advances and future opportunities of undertaking Operations Research (OR) across a broad range of health programs and funding sources
PEPFAR, in partnership with Together for Girls, invites you to the launch of a new resource, Technical Considerations For PEPFAR Programs On The Clinical Management Of Children And Adolescents Who Have Experienced Sexual Violence. This document aims to help clinical providers better address and respond to the unique needs and rights of children and adolescents who have experienced sexual violence----including the delivery of post-rape care services. The event will include discussions about effective programs to prevent and respond to sexual violence against children. The event will also feature the recently released guide, Gender-based Violence and HIV: A Program Guide for Integrating Gender-based Violence Prevention and Response in PEPFAR Programs.
Where can you learn from the top child welfare professionals, medical professionals focused on institutionalized children, and adoption professionals all in one place? At the 37th Annual Child Welfare Symposium, held in New York City on May 20 â€“ 22, 2013!