Countdown 2015 Europe partners will be joining the global conversation on reproductive health and family planning at the 5th International Conference on Family Planning in Nusa Dua, Indonesia, January 25-28, 2016.
Towards New Horizons?
Building a Sustainable Global Financing Architecture for Family Planning
Panel ID #110
Wednesday · January 27 · 10:30 AM – 11:50 AM · Kintamani 2
Countdown 2015 Europe partners kindly invite you to attend a panel that will focus on emerging trends at global, regional and national levels, and the potential impact this may have on funding for sexual and reproductive health and family planning. A specific emphasis will be made on engaging national advocates around the globe to understand the implications for sexual and reproductive health and family planning advocacy at different levels. Read more…
Moderator: John Skibiak, Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition
Indicators and Accountability: Tracking and Achieving Universal Access to Family Planning Through the Post-2015 Framework
Panel ID #69
Wednesday · January 27 · 12:00 PM – 1:20 PM · Kintamani 5
Please join Countdown 2015 Europe partners at a panel focusing on Post-2015 indicators and accountability for tracking and achieving universal access to family planning. The experts of the panel will shed invaluable light on the key aspects of the indicator process including the technical and political processes, linking it to monitoring and accountability. Read more…
Moderator: Rineke van Dam, Rutgers / Countdown 2015 Europe
Connecting the Dots: Gathering the FP/RH Accountability Community
Wednesday · January 27 · 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM · Uluwatu 7
Countdown 2015 Europe, IPPF European Network and Action2020 cordially invite you to an informal networking event to learn from organisations and initiatives working on FP/RH accountability at different levels of the policy process.
While there are a wide range of family planning and reproductive health accountability initiatives currently in place at the global and national levels, the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) brings greater urgency to discussions on the future accountability mechanisms required to monitor them. Currently, a lot of information is being gathered through the various existing mechanisms while new systems for the SDGs are in the making. By coming together as a community, we will be able to take stock of the current situation by learning from each other and join forces to prepare for the way forward.
Introductory remarks by Jackson Chekweko, RH Uganda, Beth Scott, DFID, and Sandra Jordan, USAID, followed by interactive debate moderated by Karen Newman, PSN.
Networking will continue during a cocktail reception.
For more information about the events, please contact An Huybrechts,Countdown 2015 Europe coordinator, IPPF European Network.
Join the conversation on Twitter: follow us at @C2030Europe and use hashtags #ICFP and #Act4FP