Global Challenges in Reproductive Health

Evidence and Tools for Programme Implementation


Die Teilnehmenden lernen, wie man Programme im Bereich Reproduktive Gesundheit umsetzt und besprechen dabei internationale Strategien. Andererseits werden auch Themen wir Unfruchtbarkeit, neue Methoden zur Familienplanung oder männliche Gesundheit besprochen.



Participants will learn to analyse Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) policy in its historical context and to apply the tools required for reproductive health programme implementation.

Content Overview

  • Global health relevant to reproductive health and its challenges
  • Strategies, frameworks and tools (developed e.g. by WHO, UNAIDS; UNFPA) for improving and managing reproductive health in the health system with a particular focus on appropriate indicators, planning processes and service provision
  • The neglected SRH agenda like infertility, new family planning methods, male sexual health, health of vulnerable groups e.g. sex worker.


  • Kinder- und Müttergesundheit
  • Sonstige - Tropenmedizin
  • Global Public Health
  • Sonstige - Public Health

Datum / Uhrzeit


Veranstalter und Veranstaltungsort

Institut für Public-Health, Heidelberg

Target Group and Prerequisites

Eligible are public health professionals, social scientists, paramedical staff, project planners and co-ordinators, medical doctors, tropEd students and others. The course is held in English. Fluency in English (Reading, Speaking, Writing) is required.

3 ECTS (tropEd Master in International Health)

Course Fee

General admittance: EUR 1.500,-
troEd students: EUR 1.000,-

Information and Registration


Anchal Sharma, MSc.
Assistant Short Courses Coordinator
Institute of Public Health, University of Heidelberg
Im Neuenheimer Feld 365, D-69120 Heidelberg
Fon: + 49 - (0) 62 21 - 56 43 12 
Fax: + 49 - (0) 62 21 - 56 49 18

Anfrage / Anmeldung

“I really liked this course. I felt it was 100% focused on the topic and that I learned what was expected in terms of looking at the title of the course and description. Good examples and approach.”

Participant’s feedback 2013

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