Women's Health Resources
International Federation of
Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO)
FIGO– the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics
– is the only worldwide organization that groups obstetricians and
gynecologists. The mission of FIGO is to promote the well-being of women
and to raise the standard of practice in obstetrics and gynecology.
Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF)
Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology
National Cancer Society
Saudi Obstetrics &
Zahra Private Hospital (Sharjah, United Arab Emirates)
University Hospital (Egypt)
Soliman Fakeeh Hospital (Saudi Arabia)
Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre (Saudi Arabia)
Research Unit/League of Arab States
Bank-Population, Reproductive Health and Health Sectors
Health Organization-Reproductive Health and Research
Nations Population Fund
Family Health International (FHI) is a
not-for-profit organization. FHI is committed to helping women
and men obtain access to affordable and effective family planning methods.
The website is available in English, French, Spanish, Russian, and selected
pages in Arabic.
for Health Reform (PHR)
Partnerships for Health Reform is the US
Agency for International Development’s global flagship project on health
sector reform and systems strengthening. Through PHR, USAID aims to improve
health policy and health system capacity and increase public and private sector
resources for priority health services in developing countries.
JHPIEGO Corporation works to improve the lives of women and their
families worldwide. The website covers their training programs in
reproductive health, maternal and neonatal health, family health and
prevention, and cervical cancer prevention. Learning materials and
technical report summaries are also available on the website. JHPIEGO
Cervical Cancer Project
The Council’s major program efforts in the Middle East involve
strengthening institutional and professional research capacities, addressing
needs for comprehensive youth policies and programs, and improving reproductive
health services. Active projects are ongoing in eight countries in the Middle
East, North Africa, and West Asia: Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Sudan,
Turkey, and the West Bank and Gaza.
Health Outlook (RHO). The
reproductive health website produced by PATH
(Program for Appropriate Technology in Health). RHO is especially designed for
reproductive health program managers and decision-makers working in developing
countries and low-resource settings.
The ReproLine website is a service of JHPIEGO, an
affiliate of Johns Hopkins University. It contains reproductive health
information targeted to international healthcare professionals, faculty, and
trainers. ReproLine includes topics such as: family
planning and related topics (contraceptive methods, infection prevention,
and others); cervical cancer detection and prevention; and maternal and
neonatal health. Training tools on the website include ready-to-use
presentation graphics on more than 50 health and training topics. ReproLine
content is available in English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Research & Training
American University in Cairo-Social Research Center