Hind Aboul Seoud

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Personal information

Title: 

Chairperson, The Egyptian Society for Population Studies and Reproductive Health

Contact information (private)

City: 
Cairo
Country: 
Egypt
Personal email address: 
espsrh@starnet.com.eg

Contact information (work)

Company name: 
The Egyptian Society for Population Studies and Reproductive Health
City: 
Cairo
Country: 
Egypt

Education

 PhD in Population Anthropology, University of North Carolina, 1974

 MA, Sociology/Anthropology, The American University in Cairo, 1965

BA, Sociology, The American University in Cairo, 1957

Competences

Health Education and Counseling

Reproductive Health

HIV/AIDS and Women's Health

Languages: 

Arabic

English

Jobs

Work history: 

 Chairperson, The Egyptian Society for Population Studies and Reproductive Health

 Consultant, The World Health Organization, Technical Consultation on Sexual Health, Geneva, 2002

Consultant, the joint World Health Organization/International Planned Parenthood Federation inter-country meeting on Strengthening the Role of Women in Community-Based Programmes in EMR, 2000

Consultant, World Health Organization, Geneva, 1999

Consultant, European Union fact finding Mission on Controlling HIV and AIDS in Egypt, 1997

Honorary office and memberships: 

 Member, Egyptian Red Crescent Society

 Member, National Council for Women

Productions and works: 

The Agony of Aids - A Qualitative Study on the Experience of AIDS in Egypt, Cairo: Print House, 2010

All Alone: The Stories of Egyptian Women Living with HIV, Stigma and Isolation, Cairo: Palm Press, 2007

"Assessing the Quality of Reproductive Health Services in Egypt via Exit Interviews," Maternal and Child Health Journal 11, no. 3, May 2007, pp. 301-6

"Socio-Cultural and Environmental Factors and the Context of Women's Vulnerability and Risk to HIV Infection in the MENA Region." Paper presented to The Regional Meeting on Women, Girls and HIV/AIDS in the Middle East and North Africa, Jordan, 2005

"Obstetricians/Gynecologists Perception of Sexual Consultation and Basic Antenatal Care Protocol," Cairo University Medical Journal 1, Dec. 2009