We advocate for gender-inclusive evidence towards societal advancement

Urgent Plea

Proudly announcing a joint statement and urgent plea by Gendro and partners ahead of the 77th World Health Assembly, urging Member States and stakeholders to champion gender-responsive language and action in global health resolutions and initiatives. Join us in our commitment to leave no one behind on the path to better health for all.

Collaborating with partners, we identify gaps, enhance capacity, generate gender-responsive evidence, and advocate for systemic changes. Our goal is to cultivate a gender-responsive research ecosystem, ensuring that the evidence produced contributes to crafting more equitable solutions to the societal challenges of our time.

individuals have joined our Gender, Evidence, and Health Network (GEH).

organizations have endorsed our Consensus Statement calling for a gender-responsive pandemic instrument.

individuals have signed our call to action for gender-responsive research beyond COVID-19.

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Urgent Plea

Individually endorse or lend your organizational logo to support our Urgent plea. Join us in our commitment to leave no one behind on the path to better health for all.

Consensus Statement

Individually endorse or lend your organizational logo to support our Consensus Statement for a Gender-Responsive International Pandemic Instrument.

Call for Action

Become a signatory of our call to action on gender-responsive research for health equity and human rights.

Gender, Evidence and Health Network

Our Gender, Evidence, and Health (GEH) Network continues to draw experts, advocates, and researchers worldwide. They unite in the shared mission of transforming the research ecosystem, emphasizing the significance of sex and gender dimensions and their intersection with other critical factors in all forms of evidence generation.

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Our vision is to work collaboratively with partners, identify gaps, strengthen capacity, generate evidence, and advocate for academic research and any forms of knowledge production to create more equitable solutions to the societal challenges of our time.

Dr Shirin Heidari, GENDRO Founder