Global Women’s Health

  • Cervical Cancer Resources Below is a list of relevant articles regarding cervical cancer vaccinations, clinical services, treatment, and referral mechanisms in low-resource settings....

  • OGWH brochure 2019 ACOG's Office of Global Women's Health was created to improve women's health care in low-resource settings around the world. Learn more about the Office of Global Women's Health, its activities, capa...

  • April 2019 newsletter This latest issue of our newsletter provides updates on our International Service Award winner, our ACOG Annual Meeting activities, and updates on the Essential Training in Operative Obstetrics train...

  • OGWH Current Program Information Learn more about the current programs at the Office of Global Women's Health Read the April 2019 OGWH Newsletter Program Information End of the year program report, 2018 Central America Accr...

  • International Women's Day Stories At the Office of Global Women’s Health we work every day to better the circumstances, the environment, and the health care outcomes for women everywhere. Our programs are designed to be result...

  • OGWH Strategic Plan 2019-2021 Our goal at the Office of Global Women's Health is to work to end preventable maternal mortality and morbidity and to ensure that all women have access to high-quality health care throughout their li...

  • ACOG and Abt Combatting Cervical Cancer Learn more about ACOG and Abt's collaboration to combat cervical cancer. The combination of Abt's experience in health systems strengthening, integration of public and private health sectors, trainin...

  • OGWH End of the Year Report 2018 Learn more about our programs and accomplishments for 2018. In 2018 we launched an effective eLearning program in India; provided consultation to the development of international guidance documents; ...

  • Rethinking Maternal and Newborn Health Series ACOG partnered with Management Sciences for Health (MSH) to bring together experts for the first panel of their Open Discussion Series. The series, titled, “Thorny issues facing women’s, ...

  • Safe Surgery Panel Discussion ACOG is hosting a panel discussion on September 24, 2018, on Safe Surgery: Saving Mothers & Babies at Birth; a Maternal Health Panel Discussion. The Panel Discussion will be held in Kampala, Ugan...

  • ESOG-ACOG Collaboration Program Report With the support of the Center for International Reproductive Health Training (CIRHT) at the University of Michigan, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) supported the work ...

  • HVO-Cambodia Health Volunteers Overseas (HVO) is pleased to announce the launch of a new obstetrics and gynecology project in partnership with Sonja Kill Memorial Hospital (SKMH) in Kampot, Cambodia. HVO will wor...

  • ETOO Stakeholders Meeting 2018 The 2018 Stakeholder Meeting and Curriculum Review Forum in Kampala, Uganda on March 12-13, presented and analyzed findings from the Surgical Skills and Operative Obstetrics (SSOO) program and develo...

  • Environmental Toxic Exposure as a Gender Parity Issue On this International Women’s Day, we wanted to bring attention to an international campaign about the reproductive health risk of environmental toxic exposure. Reducing the disease burden of ...

  • AIM-Malawi Program Information The AIM-Malawi 18-month demonstration project resulted in the effective implementation of AIM protocols in three facilities in Lilongwe, reducing incidents of maternal mortality and morbidity and imp...

  • Resource Center The Resource Center is where ACOG members can identify short-term mission opportunities with active programs around the world. It also provides a library of information of up-to-date presentations wi...

  • Support OGWH Your donation will help ACOG provide lifesaving health care to women and their families in developing countries. Together we can make a difference. ...

  • About Us The Office of Global Women’s Health was created in 2011 to improve women’s health globally through capacity building, collaboration, and health system strengthening. The Office engages me...

OGWH Staff:

Carla Eckhardt, Senior Director, Global Women's Health & Special Issues in Women’s Health

Elizabeth O'Connell, MPIA, Director of Development

Berhanu Tadesse Taye, MD, MBA, Program Director

Fiona Clem, MLIS, Senior Information Manager

Faisa Ali, Program Administrator

Ariana Rua, Program Administrator

Cindy Nguyen, Program Specialist

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