Beijing+25: Meeting the call for sex-disaggregated and gender-sensitive data
The Community on Women and Non-Communicable Diseases will frame their fourth webinar, ‘Beijing+25: Meeting the call for sex-disaggregated and gender-sensitive data’ in the context of the anniversary of this declaration.
The webinar aims to raise awareness of the importance of collecting disaggregated data and conducting gendered analyses in order to understand noncommunicable disease, care pathways and outcomes for women and men (and how these differ), and to discuss the challenges, opportunities and strategies of taking this work forward in different contexts.
Speakers will include: Albert Motivans (Equal Measures 2030), Drs. Kim Quimby and Natasha Sobers (The University of the West Indies), Isabel Yordi Aguirre (WHO Regional Office for Europe) and Dr. Ivo Rakovac (WHO European Office for the Prevention and Control of NCDs), and Dr Sanne Peters (The George Institute for Global Health).
The Community on Women and Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) is facilitated by The George Institute for Global Health and WHO’s Global Coordination Mechanism on NCDs, which hosts the community on its Knowledge Action Portal. Find out more here.