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National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health, Mumbai (NIRRH – Indian Council of Medical Research) conducted the International Conference on Male Involvement in Improving Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health: Evidences, Actions and Possibilities from 28 February to 2 March 2016.
The conference featured two poster presentations by the Community Interventions team from KHPT’s Project Sukshema. The poster abstracts were on the following topics:
The scientific programme included keynote addresses, plenary lectures, symposia sessions, panel discussions, and poster presentations. The sessions were multi-disciplinary, including findings derived from clinical, operational, socio-cultural and behavioural research, programmes and policy related to sexual and reproductive health.
A total of four plenary lectures and four panel discussions, 10 symposia sessions and 30 poster presentations were presented on research and evidence based practices on involving men in improving women’s sexual and reproductive health.
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KHPT THALI participation at National Healthcare Summit
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Signing of a MoU between Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and Karnataka Health Promotion Trust (KHPT) for the implementation of THALI in Bengaluru
A child lost in thinking- a photograph selected as winning entry in the Lancet Moving pictures, 2016
KHPT at India CSR Summit 2016
CAHR 2016- KHPT at the Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research
USAID India awards grant for combating tuberculosis in Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad to KHPT
Project Sukshema featured at the international conference on men’s involvement in improving women’s reproductive health
National workshop by Government of Karnataka & KHPT emphasise the need to ensure quality and equity in the delivery of MNCH care
KHPT researchers share new evidence at the STRIVE 2016 Annual Meeting