New Faces at DSW – Tashrifa Silayi

Tashrifa Silayi Uncategorised

For the publication of DSW’s 2017 Annual Report, we wanted to profile some of the new faces that have started work at the organisation in the last year! Introducing Tashrifa Silayi, Advocacy Officer for DSW Kenya! Knowing that you were joining an SRHR advocacy organisation, what were your hopes? Before joining DSW, I was aware of their working with young people in …

New Faces at DSW – Evelyn Samba

Evelyn Samba Uncategorised

For the publication of DSW’s 2017 Annual Report, we wanted to profile some of the new faces that have started work at the organisation in the last year! Introducing Evelyn Samba, Country Director for DSW Kenya! Knowing that you were joining an SRHR advocacy organisation, what were your hopes? My hopes were that DSW would be a bold, trendsetter, fearless …

New Faces at DSW – Angela Bahr

Angela Baehr Uncategorised

For the publication of DSW’s 2017 Annual Report, we wanted to profile some of the new faces that have started work at the organisation in the last year! Introducing Angela Bähr, International Director for Projects and Programmes!   My name is Angela Bähr, I’m a public health and gender specialist and since one year I´m working now in DSW as …

New Faces at DSW – Andreas Huebers

Andreas Huebers Uncategorised

For the publication of DSW’s 2017 Annual Report, we wanted to profile some of the new faces that have started work at the organisation in the last year! Introducing Andreas Huebers! My name is Andreas Hübers and I joined DSW in May 2016 as head of Advocacy and head of Berlin Office. Before joining DSW I was working as Senior Policy …

DSW Ethiopia – World Contraception Day commemorated in style at DSW’s Training Center

Esayas Meskel Uncategorised

This year’s World Contraception Day (WCD) spurred an enthusiastic occasion to commemorate its annual event in Ethiopia. At the national level, Semera, in Afar region was a host to the event. At a different venue, DSW and Bayer partnered to lead the occasion on October 5 2017. DSW/Bonita Youth Development Training Center was the venue at which WCD celebrated. A …

regulatory harmonization

Going Further Together – the case for European Union partnership with Africa on regulatory harmonization

Eoghan Walsh Global Health, Poverty-Related and Neglected Diseases, Uncategorised

Regulatory harmonization – a complex issue in the field of global health research and innovation. As part of our advocacy on increased investment by the EU in R&D, we have teamed up with our partners at PATH to see what the EU can do to support its African partners in improving the regulatory environment for health and drug development – …

Brainwaves and Washing Machines

Rena Föhr Uncategorised

A dozen of people forming a circle in a small room. They stare at each other, eyes beaming strangely. Then, slowly, they start moving their hips, shouting simultaneously: “Whooaashing machiiine”. Sounds creepy? It isn’t! Instead, it was the initial exercise of a very harmless and very productive workshop at DSW. And while the whooaashing machiiine exercise served to warm up …

YouthCan: Call for Applications to join the Youth Can! advocacy training programme in Kenya and Tanzania

Eoghan Walsh Uncategorised

DSW is pleased to announce a call for applications to join the Youth Can! training programme on advocacy for Family Planning and Reproductive Health. We are seeking applications from local youth-focused (with a special focus on youth-led) CSOs in Kenya and Tanzania by 15 October 2017. The capacity development workshops will take place between March and June 2018, following an …

MEPs PRNDs Survey

Press Release – MEPs support EU funding for disease research, reject Commission, Council threat of cuts

Eoghan Walsh Global Health, Poverty-Related and Neglected Diseases, Press Releases, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Uncategorised

DSW MEP Survey: MEPs support EU funding for disease research, reject Commission, Council threat of cuts Brussels, September 7, 2017: In the results of a new survey released today, a two-thirds majority of the European Parliament believes that the EU is not spending enough money to fund research that is targeted at HIV & AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria, and other diseases …

FP2020

London Calling! Joining the fight for family planning funding

Renate Baehr Uncategorised

Hectic activity in County Hall, very close to the UK Houses of Parliament in Westminster. People from all nations are gathered together in small groups, debating each other with great interest. I am at the “Family Planning 2020” (FP2020) family planning conference. International representatives from governments, organisations and the private sector are meeting to discuss the rights of girls and …