By working closely with St. Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College, we aim to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity through coordinated sexual reproductive health and rights clinical service, training, research and advocacy to enable girls and women to reach their full potential.
We aim to improve quality of SRH care through enhancing access to information and services, building ICT capacity and Quality Improvement (QI) activities to ensure systematic and measurable improvement in service delivery.
We aim to improve and strengthen the capacity of our partner institution to conduct high quality and impactful SRH researches that address community needs and generate scientific evidence that can be used to inform policy and advocacy.
Advancing Service Accessibility
We strive to build a quality and accessible Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) service
We partner with St. Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College to advance its SRH service by closely working with its Obstetrics and Gynecology department to support “Michu” reproductive health clinic.
In realization of our core vision and with generous support from Center for Reproductive Health Training (CIRHT), we established Tsedey Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic, a Women’s Health Clinic to increase access to quality Reproductive Health services.
Continuing Professional Development
We are accredited Continuing Professional Development (CPD) provider in Ethiopia focusing on sexual and reproductive health (SRH).
One of the training we deliver through our CPD center is a regular global sexual and reproductive health (SRH) state-of-the-art lecture series webinar where topics from evidence based practice to policy issues will be presented.
Watch our latest SRHR lecture series webinar
Getting the Word Out
We strive to become a strong advocate for reproductive health and rights through different community engagement strategies.
We collaborate with partners and youth groups to utilze muti-tier communication medium for awareness creation and SRHR advocacy.
About CPD Center
Through collaboration with St. Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College (SPHMMC), we have accumulated experience of planning and offering various trainings to health professionals in various SRH fields. The establishment of a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) center provides an opportunity to pull resources to conduct more cycles of standardized trainings and events in various areas of sexual and reproductive health. The CPD accredited training courses, workshops, webinars and events (such as our annual reproductive health symposia) allow professionals to use the learning time towards individual CPD requirements.
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We are involved in multiple activities in the sexual and reproductive health clinical, training, research and advocacy areas towards achiving our goal of enabling girs and women to reach their full potential. Here are some of those activites we think you would be interested in.
With the aim to help create awareness and show the existing challenges of SRHR, which will foster resource mobilization and allocation, our biannual bulletin is intended to update partners and stakeholders on the progress made and challenges encountered. Click for more...
We collaborate with our partners to produce an impactful SRHR research output. Click for more...
The annaul RH symposium is intended to bring practitioners, researchers and policy makers together to share findings and recommendations for the betterment of the sexual and reproductive health services. Click here to explore previous symposiums.
An online research repository for the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology expected to improve communications of research outputs with a wider audience by capturing and preserving research outputs of the department. Click to visit the repository...
The department of OBGYN prepared a standard management protocol for a selected group of topics. We collaborated with the department to make the protocol available as an android based mobile application to provide easy, efficient, and up-to-date access. Click here to get the app.