From 17 to 21 November, ResultsinHealth organised three trainings in Jakarta, Indonesia: a two-day training in the Most Significant Change (MSC) Technique, a one-day MSC Database Course, and a two-day Qualitative Analysis Workshop. The last two trainings were facilitated in collaboration with Fiona Kotvojs of Kurrajong Hills Pty Ltd.

ResultsinHealth recently presented in two European conferences: The 2014 congress of the European branch of the International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections (IUSTI Europe) in Malta, and the 11th Biennial Conference of the European Evaluation Society (EES Conference) in Dublin, Ireland.

ResultsinHealth and LabSosio of the Universitas Indonesia have been awarded a longitudinal qualitative research project for the Program Keluarga Harapan (PKH). The award was communicated today by GRM International, who is in charge of managing the funding of this project.

Limited evidence exists on linking HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in the Asia Pacific Region. During the AIDS 2014 Conference, ResultsinHealth (RiH) and Indonesian Positive Women Network (IPPI) will organise a session to discuss and share experiences on how to improve the availability of evidence on linkages between HIV and SRHR, specifically in the Asia Pacific Region.

ResultsinHealth, Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association Yogyakarta Chapter (PKBI DIY/IPPA DIY) and the Women, Disabled People and Child Advocacy Centre (SAPDA Institute) have been granted by the Safe Abortion Action Fund for their joint project “Breaking The Silence: Improving access to safe abortion for vulnerable women who experienced rape in Yogyakarta province, Indonesia” taking place between 2014 till 2016.

Last week ResultsinHealth welcomed participants from all over the world to its 2-day training to explore an effective M&E technique: Most Significant Change (MSC) Technique. Experienced MSC expert Nur Hidayati and founder of the MSC Technique Rick Davies facilitated a successful training in Leiden, the Netherlands.

The last week of January was an intensive week for the 20 RiH experts that were trained by the Global Fund in best practices of pharmaceutical management.

"Feeling that HIV is not a burden on you because you are now living in a positive way”. ResultsinHealth evaluated ShivA’s Positive Sisters project, a buddy-project for HIV-positive migrant women living in the Netherlands.

Breastfeeding provides effective contraception for new mothers. However, with the introduction of other food into the infant's diet, the contraceptive protection of breastfeeding decreases. That is the moment a woman needs safe alternatives that do not interfere with successfully breastfeeding her child to avoid unintended pregnancy.

ResultsinHealth and the Indonesian Positive Women Network (IPPI) have been awarded a grant by the United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women (VAW) for their joint project “One Stop Service: Integrated services for VAW survivors and Women Living with HIV (WLHIV)”.