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E2A Newsletter February-March 2018

Congolese national youth movement for sexual and reproductive health. Understanding first-time fathers in Cross River State. March workshop on expanding method choice for youth.

E2A Newsletter December 2017-January 2018

Youth-friendly service assessment in Senegal. New resources on scale-up of PHE interventions. Providing contraception to women affected by conflict in DRC

E2A Newsletter October-November 2017

November 2017 event on E2A’s SRH Lifestages Framework. Work on harnessing the demographic dividend in Tanzania. Addressing harmful gender norms in DRC.

E2A newsletter July-August 2017

Scaling-up convening. National youth workshop in DRC. E2A’s fistula work in Ethiopia.

E2A newsletter May June 2017

E2A encourages meaningful youth participation; highlights of approach to youth participation/leadership in 2017.

E2A newsletter March April 2017

RISE launches in Niger; two new blogs from E2A; new E2A resources

E2A Newsletter November December 2016

A description of E2A’s ongoing efforts to improve adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health and rights (AYSRHR) in West Africa by working with local, national, regional, and global partners.

E2A Newsletter, September 2016

Rita Badiani joins E2A as new director. LARCs for youth event. Upcoming events and new GHSP publication.

E2A Newsletter, July August 2016

E2A works to strengthen youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services at universities in Niger and Kenya.

E2A Newsletter, May June 2016

E2A expands postpartum family planning to rural areas in Cameroon. Community of Practice holds events focused on scale-up.

E2A Newsletter, April 2016

Focus on community-based family planning project in DRC’s Lualaba Province

E2A Newsletter, March 2016

New E2A Film “Whose Norms.” SMGL kicks off in Nigeria. Mary Edwards talks about her role as a community health worker in Tanzania.

E2A Newsletter, February 2016

E2A granted three-year extension until 2016; TRPFP in Uganda; E2A talks to FP Voices about youth

E2A Newsletter, January 2016

E2A at the fourth International Conference on Family Planning

E2A Newsletter, November and December 2015

Update on mission-support work in Nigeria, DRC

E2A Newsletter, September 2015

Strengthening community-based family planning in Shinyanga, Tanzania. Co-hosting national AYSRH workshop in Togo. Pathfinder International Country Representatives come to Washington to talk about expanding contraceptive choice and access for underserved populations in Africa.

E2A Newsletter, August 2015

Reaching first-time parents and young married women in Burkina Faso. Working with local organization in Ethiopia to improve for and treatment of fistula. Study in Ethiopia shows promising approach for offering long-acting methods to youth.

E2A Newsletter, July 2015

Postpartum implants in Cameroon; student caravan in Niger; training on TRPFP in Tanzania

E2A Newsletter, April 2015

Jeff Spieler gives contraceptive update; PPFP trainings in Cameroon; New French publications

E2A Newsletter, February 2015

E2A’s community-based family planning program in DRC. Improving quality of postabortion care services in Togo. E2A at biennial meeting for faith-based service delivery organizations in Africa.

E2A Newsletter, March 2015

National AYSRH workshop in Niger. Assessment of mCenas program in Mozambique. E2A on youth and emergency contraception at Global Health Mini U.

E2A Newsletter, December 2014

Events focused on first-time parents; grants to faith-based organizations in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda; new report on sustainability of management approaches supported by IFHP in Ethiopia

E2A newsletter, September 2014

Community-based family planning in DRC. Assessment of emergency contraception programs. Supporting fistula work in Ethiopia. Assessment of postabortion care services in four West African countries.

E2A Newsletter, May 2014

E2A introduces work in Niger, Tanzania; co-hosts conference that unites international and domestic reproductive health experts.