Intern, Family Planning 2030
Arooj Yousaf is a recent graduate of The George Washington University with a B.A in International Affairs and Global Health and a minor in Public Health. Her interests include sexual and reproductive health, menstrual health and hygiene, and maternal and child health. She has previous experience in these fields of public health from her work with Planned Parenthood and UNDP and continues to pursue her interests within the intersection of global public health and SRH services. She was Family Planning 2020’s Fall intern and worked alongside the team to conduct research on family planning commitment makers, adolescent and youth population data, and access to reproductive services.
Le 16 décembre 2020, FP2030 et Knowledge SUCCESS ont accueilli la quatrième et dernière session du deuxième module de la série Connecting Conversations : Parents, Prédicateurs, Partenaires, et Téléphones : Faire participer les influenceurs critiques à l’amélioration de la santé reproductive des jeunes. Cette session particulière s'est concentrée sur l'utilisation d'approches numériques dans les conversations sur la planification familiale volontaire, l'accès aux soins de santé reproductive, les normes de genre et les relations de pouvoir.
On December 16th, Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) and Knowledge SUCCESS hosted the fourth and final session in the second module of the Connecting Conversations series: Parents, Preachers, Partners, and Phones: Engaging Critical Influencers in Improving Young People’s Reproductive Health. This particular session focused on the use of digital approaches in conversations around voluntary family planning, access to reproductive health care, gender norms, and power relations.
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