Sexual and reproductive health and rights

My work focuses on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in general, and more specifically on school-based sexuality education. During my PhD research, I spent two days a week at the Rutgers office, the Dutch knowledge centre for sexuality, where I learned a lot about SRHR from a practice and policy point of view. As an active member of Share-Net Netherlands, the Dutch knowledge platform on SRHR including HIV and AIDS, I stay up-to-date about the latest developments in the international SRHR sector and engage in knowledge sharing activities with researchers, practitioners and policy makers.

How Billie de Haas can support your organization

I am available for both qualitative and quantitative primary and secondary research, literature studies and document analysis and to provide advice for programme improvements.

Contact Billie for more information.

Projects:

AIGHD

Jan 2015
Literature review
Literature review and support in proposal writing on adolescents’ SRHR in Burundi

UNFPA China

Nov 2014
Desk review
Desk review of "Training manual on the protection of reproductive health and rights in China” from a human rights-based perspective including specific attention to sexual and reproductive rights

Rutgers WPF

Nov 2014
Programme support
Support Ugandan partners in writing their 2015 work plans and in including the "essential packages values” into their work plans at an ASK "Essential Packages” workshop in Uganda

Rutgers WPF

Aug-Oct 2014
Programme support
Review and approve of semi-annual narrative and expenditure reports of Kenyan partner organisations, and arrange their advancements

Rutgers WPF

Aug-Oct 2014
Programme support
Support in conducting needs assessments and coordinate reporting on the Jibu m-Health programme (development of SRHR content for a mobile phone application for nurses and midwives in Tanzania, Uganda en Kenya)

WPF

Sept-Dec 2009
Assistant research officer monitoring and evaluation
Context analysis of sexual and reproductive health and rights in Uganda