[podcast] Safe abortion and sexual and reproductive health and rights in Asia Pacific
This Podcast features the 8th session of #APCRSHR10 Virtual, on the theme of "Safe abortion and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Asia and the Pacific" which was held on the International Safe Abortion Day (28th September 2020).Chair: Amy Williamson, Country Director, Marie Stopes International, Cambodia
- Dr Suchitra Dalvie, coordinator, Asia Safe Abortion Partnership (ASAP) | "Abortion and Reproductive Justice: The Unfinished Revolution"
- Sivananthi Thanenthiran, Executive Director, ARROW | "Right to Safe Abortion: putting women at the centre of the discourse and practice"
- Katherine Gambir | Is Self-Administered Medical Abortion as Effective as Provider-Administered Medical Abortion? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- Aryanty Riznawaty Imma | Challenges in Recording Abortion Related Complications at Health Facilities in Setting Where Abortion is Highly Restricted
- Maria Persson | A Qualitative Study on Healthcare Providers’ Experiences of Providing Comprehensive Abortion Care in the Humanitarian Setting in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
For more information, please visit: www.bit.ly/apcrshr10virtual8
In the wake of the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic situation, the 10th Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights (APCRSHR10) has evolved from an in-person conference to an ongoing virtual series.On behalf of APCRSHR10 and Reproductive Health Association of Cambodia (RHAC) and CNS, #APCRSHR10 virtual is being hosted every fortnight in the form of 14 online sessions during June to December 2020. #APCRSHR10 Virtual features thematic online sessions with plenary speakers and top-ranking abstract presenters, among other insights and discussions around sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), COVID-19 impact and SDGs in the Asia Pacific regional context.
For more details, please visit: www.bit.ly/apcrshr10virtual or www.apcrshr10cambodia.org
APCRSHR10/ RHAC/ CNS teams