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Release of report ‘Why India needs to move beyond disposable sanitary pads’ on World Environment Day – 5th June, 2023

Action Research and Training for Health (ARTH) released a report named ‘Why India needs to move beyond disposable sanitary pads’ in a webinar conducted in collaboration with Population Foundation of India (PFI). The webinar was …

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Orientation seminar on menstrual cups for women police officers

Udaipur, 9th April, 2023

Action
Research and Training for Health (ARTH) and Udaipur Police jointly
organised an orientation seminar with the objective of providing
women police officers with information on the menstrual cup, to

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Technical Consultation on ‘Expanding the role of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) in India’, 3rd Sept, 2021

The Centre for Contraception Research (CCR), a unit of ARTH, organized an online technical consultation on ‘Expanding the role of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) in India’ on 3rd Sept, 2021.

The consultation was attended by …

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Integrating clinic and home care amid COVID-19

Responding to COVID-19 is not just about treating and preventing
COVID-19, it is about living through it. Action Research and Training
for Health (ARTH) started ‘Home Care’ intervention in 2018 with
these goals:

  • to integrate
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Event on World Contraception Day 26- September-2020

Repositioning Emergency Contraception: ARTH introduces Turant Goli in Rajasthan World Contraception Day, 26 September 2020 read more…

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RituCup: an all weather option for women

Over 5,600 rural-tribal women have adopted a modern alternative for menstrual hygiene — the menstrual cup, across villages of southern Rajasthan. This device has been provided as a low cost option through ARTH’s Community Health …

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A silent revolution in contraception: Levonorgestrel IUS as a limiting option among rural-tribal women

As World Population Day, 11 July 2019 neared, the team at ARTH realized that over 1000 women from villages of southern Rajasthan had adopted levonorgestrel intrauterine system (LNG IUS) as a long term reversible contraceptive. …

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