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IPRPKU Attend the Meeting of WHO Collaborating Centers on Reproductive Health And Making Pregnancy Safer in the Western Pacific Region

Prof. Zheng Xiaoying, Director of Institute of Population Research, Peking University (IPRPKU)/WHO Collaborating Center in Research for Reproductive Health and Population Science, and Dr. Pang Lihua, Director Assistant of IPRPKU attend the meeting of WHO Collaborating Centers on Reproductive Health And Making Pregnancy Safer in the Western Pacific Region. The meeting was held in Shanghai during Nov. 18-20, 2009.


    Dr. Katherine Ba-Thike, Area Manager for Asia and Pacific, Department Of Reproductive Health and Research/WHO, Dr. Han Tieru (Director of building healthy communities and population) and Dr. Narimah Awin (Regional adviser, Making pregnancy safter) from WHO regional office for the western pacific, Dr. Wen Chunmei (program officer) and Dr. Wu Linlin (Administrative assistant) from Beijing WHO representative’s office and the representatives of 11 currently-designed WHO collaborating centers (WHOCC) attend the meeting. IPRPKU, together with the Key center for women’s health in society, University of Melbourne, and other 3 centers as representatives of 11 WHOCCs introduced the activities and performance in research and international cooperation on reproductive health.


    The meeting reviewed the roles and activities of the collaborating centers for reproductive health and making pregnancy safer, and recommended practical ways to enhance their contribution to the related WHO strategic objectives and to facilitate networking among them.Dr. Ba-Thike and Dr. Awin introduced to the newly developed regional reproductive health strategy and the regional framework for making pregnancy safer, to become familiarized with the application of the electronic collaborating center system for improved reporting, re-designation and management.

 
    A practical network of collaborating centers was initiated in the meeting and other institutions related to reproductive health and making pregnancy safer was discussed and reached the consensus.

 

 

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