ANSER will work around thematic priorities.


Currently these are:

-        Abortion, contraception and family planning

-        SRHR monitoring and evaluation

-        Adolescent SRHR

-        Sexual health, including sexual wellbeing, sexual identity, gender identity

-        Gender, rights, and interpersonal violence


Members can be part of one or more working groups.

The working groups meet once per month and join forces to do joint research, publish papers, jointly supervise junior professional interns or master students, write policy briefs, organise workshops and contribute to the training programmes of ANSER.

Would you like to join us?

The ANSER Network is open for all research institutes working in the field of SRHR policy research. Institutions can apply for membership using the document below. Once the signed documents are received the institution will be a candidate-member and can participate in Network working groups. During the annual meeting, the candidacy will be confirmed/rejected.