RWANDA IS HOME FOR WORLD VASECTOMY DAY 2018!
WVD’S 6th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION COMES TO RWANDA FROM NOVEMBER 8 – 16, 2018
WORLD VASECTOMY DAY RWANDA 2018 !
We are honored to bring our headquarters to Rwanda in 2018 for what we are confident will be the most ambitious and comprehensive event yet. Working hand in hand with local NGOs and their Ministry of Health, our objective is not only to organize a successful week of innovative and exciting activities, but to create a blue print for a sustainable vasectomy program in the future.
a. Education programs for the country’s extensive community health workers about the importance of male engagement in family planning
b. Develop a broad range of media tools as part of an elaborate demand generation campaign.
c: An intensive three day doctor training led by our own Dr. Michel Labrecque from Laval University in Quebec, Canada as well as Dr. Doug Stein (USA), Dr. John Curington (USA), Dr. Nick Demediuk (Australia), Dr. Mike Henchy (UK), Dr. Tony Feltbower (UK), Dr. Robert Kulik (Poland), Dr. Charles Ochieng (Kenya) and Dr. Anicet Nzabonimpa (Rwanda).
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World Vasectomy Day brings you their take on the classic Mariachi song "El Mariachi Loco", as part of announcing Mexico as the host country for WVD 2017!
Want a basic explanation about what a vasectomy is, why it's an important option for families, and how it beats other methods? Watch this!
Here is a quick intro to where World Vasectomy Day has been, and what this year will bring!
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On WVD 2016 hundreds of doctors will be participating throughout the world.
OUR WORK, OUR PASSION
We believe men worldwide are ready to make the choice to do right by themselves, their families and our future by becoming engaged in conversations about family planning.
World Vasectomy Day is about starting these conversations, and helping men and their families become more informed about their choices. We create alliances with governments, organizations, and individuals to help train providers, educate families, and deliver services to men who are stepping up for their loved ones.LEARN MORE