Side Event PEACH Pattaya 14
November 15, 2022 19:00 - 21:00(Asia/Bangkok)
20221115T1900 20221115T2100 Asia/Bangkok The Power of Partnership | Le pouvoir du partenariat

Primary & Partner Organizations: MSI Reproductive Choices

As our community looks 'beyond 2020,' realigns our goals and principles, and engages with new stakeholders, this interactive event will be an exciting opportunity to explore what makes a successful partnership and to hear directly from providers, practitioners and governments on the frontline of increasing access, in the most challenging of contexts. Drawing from evidence and challenges from two of the world's largest SRHR programmes it will critically assess the role of INGOs, explore different approaches to partnership (local, national and global), and provide lessons on the future of partnerships, programme delivery and national ownership. The programmes that will be featured are 'Women's Integrated Sexual Health' (WISH), supported by the UK government and working across 27 countries in Africa and Asia through a consortium led by MSI and IPPF working closely with Ipas, ThinkPlace Kenya, DKT, Leonard Cheshire Disability, Options, DMI, Humanity & Inclusion, and IRC; and 'Responding with Essential SRHR Provision and New Delivery Mechanisms' (RESPOND), supported by the Australian government and implemented jointly by MSI and IPPF across 22 countries in the Asia Pacific region. If you have a passion for partnership and want to learn more about ambitious, complex and responsive programming that provide concrete examples of how SRHR within UHC can become a reality, then this session is for you. We look forward to welcoming you to this critical event.

Registration: Open Event (no registration required)

PEACH Pattaya 14 International Conference on Family Planning 2022 info@theicfp.org

Primary & Partner Organizations: MSI Reproductive Choices

As our community looks 'beyond 2020,' realigns our goals and principles, and engages with new stakeholders, this interactive event will be an exciting opportunity to explore what makes a successful partnership and to hear directly from providers, practitioners and governments on the frontline of increasing access, in the most challenging of contexts. Drawing from evidence and challenges from two of the world's largest SRHR programmes it will critically assess the role of INGOs, explore different approaches to partnership (local, national and global), and provide lessons on the future of partnerships, programme delivery and national ownership. The programmes that will be featured are 'Women's Integrated Sexual Health' (WISH), supported by the UK government and working across 27 countries in Africa and Asia through a consortium led by MSI and IPPF working closely with Ipas, ThinkPlace Kenya, DKT, Leonard Cheshire Disability, Options, DMI, Humanity & Inclusion, and IRC; and 'Responding with Essential SRHR Provision and New Delivery Mechanisms' (RESPOND), supported by the Australian government and implemented jointly by MSI and IPPF across 22 countries in the Asia Pacific region. If you have a passion for partnership and want to learn more about ambitious, complex and responsive programming that provide concrete examples of how SRHR within UHC can become a reality, then this session is for you. We look forward to welcoming you to this critical event.

Registration: Open Event (no registration required)

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