Plenary Session PEACH Plenary Hall Oral | EN | Hybrid(e) | Interpretation
November 16, 2022 08:30 - 10:00(Asia/Bangkok)
20221116T0830 20221116T1000 Asia/Bangkok Committed to Progress: Building a Stronger Family Planning Movement, Grounded in Rights | Engagés pour le progrès : Construire un mouvement pour la planification familiale plus fort, fondé sur les droits

This session will feature inspiring and engaging conversations about shifting power in the global family planning movement and the advancement of human rights, alongside announcements of groundbreaking FP2030 commitments. Don't miss your chance to meet the first two managing directors of FP2030 regional hubs, and learn how the FP2030 support network continues to grow with new leadership, new regional presence, and new commitments.

PEACH Plenary Hall International Conference on Family Planning 2022 info@theicfp.org
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This session will feature inspiring and engaging conversations about shifting power in the global family planning movement and the advancement of human rights, alongside announcements of groundbreaking FP2030 commitments. Don't miss your chance to meet the first two managing directors of FP2030 regional hubs, and learn how the FP2030 support network continues to grow with new leadership, new regional presence, and new commitments.



Executive Director
,
Ouagadougou Partnership Coordination Unit (OPCU)
Assistant Administrator for Global Health
,
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
President & CEO
,
Ipas US
Executive Director
,
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
President and CEO, Global Fund for Women
Dr. Samukeliso Dube
Executive Director
,
Family Planning 2030 (FP2030)
Ms. Evelyne Opondo
Africa Director
,
International Center for Research on Women
Ms. Alice Levisay
Senior Global Health and Development Consultant
,
Independent Consultant
Communications Manager
,
FP2030
Oxfam-Québec
,
Oxfam-Qc
Dr. Kristen Beek
Researcher
,
UNSW Sydney
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