Annual meeting 2023 – Ghana January 30

MIDRED met in Accra, Ghana for our 3rd annual meeting in 2023

School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Ghana , Legon (SoNM, UG), hosted MIDRED for our successful hybrid 3rd annual meeting. Joining physically were partners from Oslo Metropolitan University, University of Oslo and University of Dundee. On Zoom particicipants joined from Birzeit University, Palestinian Ministry of Health, UNDP Palestine and Oslo Metropolitan University.

From left, Dean Prof. Florence Naab SoNM, UG, Project cordinator. Dr. Samuel Adjorlolo SoNM,UG, Dr. Lillian Ohene SoNM, UG, and Professor Annetine Staff, UiO, OuS.

From left, Dr. Andrew Symon, University of Dundee, Professor Lena Henriksen, Oslo Metropolitan UNiversity, Professor Alison McFadden University of Dundee, Dr. Caroline Dinam Badzi, University of Ghana and Dr. Gwndolyn Mensah, University of Ghana

Project manager at Birzeit University, Associate Professor Sahar Hassan presented the successful but long and winding road so far for the MIDRED project at Birzeit

Project coordinator at SoNM University of Ghana, Dr. Samuel Adjorlolo, presented ongoing baseline reserach plans.

Thank you for a fruitful meeting, from left, Dr. Caroline Dinam Badzi SoNM,UG, Professor Lena Henriksen, OsloMet, Professor Alison McFadden, UoD, Dr. Samuel Adjorlolo SoNM, UG, Dr. Andrew Symon UoD, Dr. Lillian Akorfa Ohene, SoNM, UG, Dean, Professor Florence Naab, SoNM, UG, Annetine Staff, Faculty of Medicine, UiO.

On zoom screen, up left, Professor Mirjam Lukasse, up right, Associate Professor Ann Karin Valle, down left, PhD candidate from Palestine, Khadeja Zaza, down center MIDRED Associate Professor Sahar Hassan, project manager at Birzeit University, and down right Dr. Hadeel Masri, Palestinain Ministry of Health. Behind camera: MIDRED project manager, Berit Mortensen.

Next meeting will be from 17th to 21st of April at Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway – Workshops to develop master courses in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights(SRHR) and modules related to Gender Based Violence (GBV)

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