WHARC

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WHARCWomen's Health and Action Research Centre
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To learn more about the problem of infertility locally, WHARC conducted a population-based prevalence study in 1997, which found that one of five couples was infertile (that is, the couple had failed to conceive after two years of engaging in regular sexual intercourse without the use of contraceptives).
In many ways, the WHARC experience parallels that of the Bhiwandi clinic in India.
At WHARC, along with conducting an extensive history and clinical work-up, staff teach women how to tell when during the menstrual cycle they are fertile.
A Benin City, au Nigeria, le Centre d'action et de recherche pour la sante des femmes (WHARC, Women's Health Action and Research Centre) a commence a offrir des soins de sterilite quand une etude locale a revele un taux de prevalence de la sterilite de 20 pour cent, et qu'une enquete a etabli que les femmes percevaient les soins de sterilite comme leur plus grand besoin.
It is to the eternal credit of Professor Friday Okonofua, founder of WHARC, the publisher of the AJRH and his associates and supporters that the AJRH did not suffer premature death or stunted growth.
rare pour onze annAaAaAeA@es ininterrompues en tant qu'administrateur princip de programme avec la Fondation Ford (1997-2008) de travailler AaAaAeA souten les efforts de WHARC pour construire l'AJRH dans un revue scientifique de classe internationale.
C'est AaAaAeA l'AaAaAeA@ternel crAaAaAeA@dit du Professeur Friday Okonofua, fondat WHARC, l'AaAaAeA@diteur de l'AJRH et de ses associAaAaAeA@s et ses partisans l'AJRH n'a pas subit de mort prAaAaAeA@maturAaAaAeA@e ou de croissance ralen Au contraire, il a explorAaAaAeA@ avec succAaAaAeA?s plusieurs douleurs croissa qui l'ont rendu plus fort.
La Fondation, Ford a New York, a fourni le premier soutien financier pour l'etablissement de WHARC et la creation de la RASR.
The journal was founded by the Women's Health and Action Research Centre (WHARC), a leading Nigerian non-governmental and non-profit organization.
The Ford Foundation, New York provided the first funding support for establishing WHARC and founding the AJRH.
The good news is that key stakeholders including policymakers and government officials are working with WHARC to design effective interventions to address the identified gaps.
A parallel study is also being undertaken by WHARC with funding from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) (10), Canada to improve the use of Primary Health Centres (PHCs) by pregnant women and the quality of BEmOC offered by PHCs in Nigeria.