ART in Africa: a 5-year trend analysis from the ANARA african registry (2013-2017)
Article published in the RBMO Review to answer the following question: What were the trends in utilization, outcomes and practices in assisted reproductive technology (ART) in Africa between 2013 and 2017?
[ARTICLE] ART utilization: an indicator of access to infertility care
Silke Dyer et al. (ANARA)
This commentary outlines the importance of utilizing assisted reproductive technology (ART) as an indicator of access to infertility care and provides a standard way of reporting utilization to facilitate international comparisons.
First african results from the ANARA Registry for Assisted Reproductive Technology 2013
Silke Dyer, Paversan Archary, Jacques de Mouzon, Moise Fiadjoe, Oladapo Ashiru
This paper presents the first findings from the African Network and Registry for Assisted Reproductive Technology (ANARA), incorporating data from 40 centres in 13 african countries. These results provide a basis for assessing ART standards in Africa.
Recommendations for clinical practice obstetric and neonatal care Emergency in Africa
OMS (WHO), UNICEF, UNFPA, SAGO
The WHO, the African Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics (SAGO), UNICEF and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) have undertaken to develop recommendations for the clinical practice (CPR) of Obstetric and Neonatal Care Emergency (SONU).
The Five main challenges faced in infertility care in Cameroon (Global Reproductive Health)
Dr Ernestine Gwet-Bell, Dr Bea Gwet, Dr Nicole Akoung, Dr Moïse Fiadjoe
Article published in July 2018 in IFFS official journal, Global Reproductive Health Journal, authored by GIERAF members
The International Glossary on Infertility and Fertility Care
ICMART, IFFS, ESHRE, ASRM, FIGO, REDLARA, GIERAF, AFS
Led by ICMART, a consensus-based and evidence-driven set of 283 terminologies used in infertility and fertility care was generated to harmonize communication among health professionals and scientists as well as the lay public, patients and policy makers.
Infertility in Africa (Reproduction Humaine et Hormones)
The French-speaking African doctors in the GIERAF have produced articles of this journal which constitute the basis of a teaching of Reproductive Medicine most adapted to the socio-economic conditions that affect too many couples in need of children.
Study the place of the male in the infertile couple in Africa
Gieraf en collaboration avec la SALF