2003 - 2004 IPF Fellow
Affiliation: National Programme Officer, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Yerevan, Armenia. She works in the fields of population and development, reproductive health and rights, and gender equality.
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2003 - 2004: Aida`s IPF Fellowship Experience
With her IPF Fellowship experience, she has been provided with an opportunity to take intellectual challenges and to think critically over social change and policy implications of transition to open societies. She was also consulted for understanding critical and overall issues facing the fields she worked in as well as the field of reproductive health and rights, as it was also her IPF project area.
2003 - 2004: Reproductive rights and health in Armenia
The goals of the project are to evaluate the current situation of reproductive rights and reproductive health-related rights in Armenia in light of internationally recognized human rights; contribute to the discourse on reproductive rights promotion with a focus on Armenia, raise professional and public awareness on reproductive rights; develop a research and policy paper for key stakeholders including women's consultancies and other reproductive health service providers, the Ministries of Health, Justice, and Education; the National Health Agency, National Institute of Health Care, and other centers for SRH research, as well as other relevant agencies and NGOs.
Working groups: Public Health Policy
Relevant countries: Armenia