This brief presents findings from two models of workers’ health education programs implemented by the Evidence Project/Population Council in Egypt. The two interventions aimed to increase family planning (FP) service demand among young people aged 18–35 in Port Said and urban Souhag. In Port Said, male and female factory workers who were trained as peer […]
Women of reproductive age in Cambodia, and many other developing countries, comprise a large part of factories’ workforce. Integrating family planning and reproductive health information and services into factories can improve workers’ health and help countries achieve FP2020 commitments. This case study looks at the process of how the Cambodian Ministry of Labor and Vocational […]
Presented at Dhaka in a dissemination seminar of HERhealth evalution study by Population Council Presenter: Md. Irfan Hossain October 25, 2017
The “Guidelines for the Establishment of Enterprise Infirmaries” was launched in December 2017 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia as a tool to guide different stakeholders who work directly with health services at workplaces.
Presented at IUSSP 2017 Cape Town, South Africa October 2017 Authors: Md. Irfan Hossain, Ashish Bajracharya, Abdullah Al Mahmud, Laura Reichenbach, Ubaidur Rob