About the network

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The Fertility Care for All network launched in September 2021, on the foundations of existing partnerships and collaborations between researchers, clinicians, policymakers, activists, civil society members and people with infertility who had been working in a variety of fields related to fertility care. These fields range from global health, public policy, embryology, social science, reproductive law, obstetrics and gynaecology, and much more. Many members of our network volunteer their time to share stories of the innovative work on fertility being conducted globally.

 

Along the way, our network has grown with new connections and friendships. Our members live and work on all six continents, and bring perspectives from a wide range of countries and settings. We are proud of our inclusiveness of early career researchers, with many Masters and PhD students among our most active members.

 

We meet online once a month. In between meetings, we work together on projects related to research, education and public awareness-raising. Through our work, we aim to have an impact on fertility care policy and practice, locally and globally.

Our funders and partners

  • Bayero University Kano, Nigeria

  • Kenya Medical Training College, Kenya

  • Makerere University, Uganda

  • Medical Research Council Unit The Gambia at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, The Gambia

  • Ministry of Health, The Gambia

  • Safe Haven Foundation, The Gambia

  • The University of Sheffield, UK

  • Tribhuvan University, Nepal

  • University of Ghana, Ghana

  • University of Guyana, Guyana

  • University of Leeds, UK

  • University of The Gambia, The Gambia

  • University of the West Indies, St Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago

  • University of York, UK

  • University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

  • Twitter