Regional Technical Advisor, Francophone Africa in Research & MLE, Georgetown IRH
Mariam Diakité is from Mali, working as the Regional Technical Advisor for Francophone Africa in Research and MLE at the Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health and University of California, San Diego. Her work is focused on social and gender norms-shifting intervention for sexual and reproductive health of adolescent and youth, as well as other vulnerable populations.
This webinar highlighted the role of religious leaders as important allies in promoting positive social norms for the reproductive health and well-being of young people and women, as well as the importance of partnerships and coalitions in building transformative community dialogue for positive change. It was jointly organized by the Passages Project (Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University) and the PACE Project (Population Reference Bureau).
Ce webinaire a mis en évidence le rôle des chefs religieux en tant qu'alliés importants dans la promotion de normes sociales positives pour l'engagement communautaire dans la santé et le bien-être reproductifs des jeunes et des femmes, ainsi que l'importance des partenariats et des coalitions dans la construction d'un dialogue communautaire transformateur pour apporter un changement positif. Il a été organisé conjointement par le Projet Passages (Institute for Reproductive Health, Université de Georgetown) et le Projet PACE (Population Reference Bureau).
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