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Welcome to the web site of National Coordinating Comittee on Reproductive Health Research of Sri Lanka - World Health Organization
Welcome to NCC-RHR
Welcome to the web page of the National Coordinating Committee on Reproductive Health Research of Sri Lanka. This committee acts as a link in receiving support from the Special Programme on Human Reproduction of the World Health Organization. Its role is to plan and build capacity and implement research activities to improve the reproductive health status of the country.
Mission and Objectives of NCC-RHR

In keeping with the HRP/WHO mission to promote research in reproductive and sexual health, the objective of establishing this website is to

1. Establish and promote collaborations with centers which play an active role in priority reproductive health areas

2. To serve at the national level as a resource for the dissemination of knowledge and research findings related to reproductive health.

3. To maintain a database on ongoing research on Sexual and Reproductive Health. This will help avoid inadvertent duplication of research.
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Message from Senior Professor Harshalal R. Seneviratne, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo
The Faculty of Medicine in Colombo has a long standing association with the World Health Organization (WHO) for training and research in the field of Reproductive Health. When the Committee for Resources for Reproductive Health Research of the WHO had directed the activities of each country towards identification and developing solutions for priority Reproductive Health problems the Faculty organization became actively involved in this process. Capacity building for this purpose was enhanced with the Long term Institutional Development (LID) grants provided to Faculties of Medicine in Colombo and Peradeniya by the Special Programme for Research Development and Research Training of the WHO/HRP section.
Message from Professor Chandrika N Wijeyaratne Chairperson National Coordinating Committee in Reproductive Health Research Sri Lanka
On behalf of the National Coordinating Committee in Re0productive Health Research (NCC-RHR), I am happy and privileged to extend my warm wishes and greetings to all those visiting our web page. We are indeed proud on reaching this major milestone in our long history that spans almost two decades. This initiative of the NCC-RHR is expected to provide all stakeholders easy access to relevant information in their continued efforts to improve the quality of Reproductive Health in Sri Lanka through research and evidence based planning and practice.
Message From Chairperson – Colombo Task Force Prof. Hemantha Senanayake
It is with great pleasure that I issue this statement on the occasion of the launching of the Website of the Colombo Task Force for Reproductive Health Research.

 
Message From Former Chairperson NCC-RHR Prof. Kamani Tennekoon
It gives me immense pleasure to be able to key in a few words for the web site of the National Coordinating Committee in Reproductive Health Research (NCC-RHR), Sri Lanka, and successor to the National Coordinating Committee on Human Reproduction (HRP).

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