ShareNet to expand reproductive health research platform regionally

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AMMAN — Issa Masarwa, the secretary-general of the Higher Population Council and the Chairman of the Steering Committee of ShareNet Jordan, along with Ali Mutlaq, the director of the Studies and Policies Unit and Coordinator of ShareNet Jordan, met with 18 experts from institutions in Egypt that work in the field of sexual and reproductive health. اضافة اعلان

The meeting discussed the expansion of ShareNet's knowledge platform into the region, with a focus on sharing knowledge and best practices related to sexual and reproductive health, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

Reframing policiesThe meeting was held to build strategic partnerships and strengthen communication between activists in the region who work on these issues, according to a HPC statement Sunday.

Experts discussed ways to tap new members of sexual and reproductive health, and gather knowledge that would guide the process of reforming policies and work programs.

Masarwa briefed a group of stakeholders at the Cairo-based Social Research Center at the American University on the council's mission and population data and information related to development.

He also discussed the council's contribution to forming policies, strategies, and action plans on population and development.

Mutlaq gave a briefing on ShareNet Jordan's achievements and works related to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights in the Kingdom.

What is ShareNet?ShareNet Jordan, which was created in 2016, aims to showcase research, policies, and practices by generating, sharing, translating, and promoting the use of knowledge on its platform to develop better sexual and reproductive health policies and practices.

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