SRHR: Making Interventions Accessible, Acceptable and Appropriate to Adolescents.

Adolescents face inter-related barriers that prevent them from accessing facility-based Reproductive Health (RH) services. These include: Individual barriers, such as feelings of shame, fear or anxiety about issues related to sexuality and reproduction, lack of awareness about the services available, poor health, or advice-seeking behaviors and the perception that services will not be confidential; Socio-cultural…

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SRHR: Engaging in Meaningful Adolescent Participation is Key

Adolescence is a period of biological, physical, and cognitive changes and is accompanied by unique sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs. Adolescents are resilient, resourceful, and energetic. Making up the majority of the world’s population, their future is heavily influenced by structural factors, such as national wealth and income inequality, and by access to education…

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Transforming education” in the Context Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights

economic and health horizons, often for the rest of their lives. Making up the majority of the world’s population, their future is heavily influenced by structural factors, such as national wealth and income inequality, and by access to education and employment. It is also determined by social norms and critical power relationships operating at personal, family, and community levels.

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CERHI ATTAINS FULL APHEA ACCREDITATION

The Centre for Excellence in Reproductive Health Innovation(C.E.R.H.I), University of Benin, is delighted to inform all our Stakeholders and the General Public that, CERHI is now Africa’s first Internationally Accredited Public Health (Reproductive Health) Institution of the Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation (APHEA).APHEA is a European Union International Accreditation Agency for Tertiary Education

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