Pre-conference Event Royal Cliff Grand Hotel Jomtien 11
November 14, 2022 08:30 - 16:00(Asia/Bangkok)
20221114T0830 20221114T1600 Asia/Bangkok WHO Conference on Technical Assistance to Countries and Community and Provider driven Social Accountability Research | Conférence de l'OMS sur l'assistance technique aux pays et sur la recherche dirigée par les communautés et les prestataires de santé sur la responsabilité sociale

Registration: Open Event (registration required) - Registration on site, maximum capacity 100 participants

DEPARTMENT OF SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RESEARCH

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION

ICFP Conference, Pattaya, Thailand 

Venue: Jomtien 11 in 

 Royal Grand Cliff Hotel

14 November 2022

8:30 am – 16:00 pm

Royal Cliff Grand Hotel Jomtien 11 International Conference on Family Planning 2022 info@theicfp.org

Registration: Open Event (registration required) - Registration on site, maximum capacity 100 participants

DEPARTMENT OF SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RESEARCH

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION


ICFP Conference, Pattaya, Thailand 

Venue: Jomtien 11 in 

 Royal Grand Cliff Hotel

14 November 2022

8:30 am – 16:00 pm

WHO Pre-Conference on Technical Assistance to Countries, South-South learning exchange and Community and Provider-driven Social Accountability Research

The WHO FP Accelerator project supports partners and ministries of health (MoH) to accelerate quality and rights-based family planning (FP) services within the broader frameworks of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and the WHO 13th Global Programme of Work (GPW13). The project contributes specifically to achieving SDG targets 3.1, 3.7 and 5.6 and to the GPW13 goal of 1 billion more people covered by UHC.

In this pre-conference session, you will hear about innovative approaches and outcomes of technical assistance to countries, including the South-South learning exchange (SSLE). You will hear about the available evidence on SSLE in FP, WHOs approach and guidance to SSLE and country experiences and lessons learnt in using SSLE to strengthen FP services in Nigeria, Uganda, Nepal, Sri Lanka and India. 

The afternoon session will focus on research on community and provider-driven social accountability interventions (CAPSAI) conducted in partnership with Population Council-Ghana, Ifakara Health Institute-Tanzania and Integrity Initiative-Ghana. The session will highlight the effect of the intervention on contraceptive uptake and use and the mechanisms and contextual factors that influence and generate these effects in Tanzania and Ghana.


 

Time 

Topic

Lead/Speakers

8:30 

Registration

Session 1- Overview of the technical assistance and South-South Learning Exchange (SSLE) to strengthen FP programmes in countries under the WHO-FP Accelerator project

Chair: Dr James Kiarie

Unit Head, Contraception and Fertility Care, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research, WHO (includes the UNDP/UNFPA/UNICEF/WHO/World Bank Special Programme-HRP)

9:00-9:10

Introductory remarks and overview

Dr Pascal Allotey 

Director, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research, WHO (includes the UNDP/UNFPA/UNICEF/WHO/World Bank Special Programme-HRP)

9:10-9:30

Overview of the WHO FP Accelerator project, including WHO 5-Step methodology for SSLE

Dr Rita Kabra

Contraception and Fertility Care team, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research, WHO (includes the UNDP/UNFPA/UNICEF/WHO/World Bank Special Programme – HRP)

9:30-9:40

Evidence from Scoping review on SSLE

Dr Komal Preet Allagh (SRH, HRP, CFC, WHO)

9:40-9:50

COFFEE BREAK

9:50-11:00 

Country experiences and lessons learned on using WHO methodology for SSLE for strengthening FP services- Nepal, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Nigeria, India (15 mins/country)

Dr Pooja Pradhan (WHO), Dr Gauri Shrestha (MoH) (Nepal)

Dr Loshan Moonesinghe (MoH), Dr Chithramalee de Silva (MoH) (Sri Lanka) 

Dr Olive Sentumbwe-Mugisa (WHO) (Uganda) 

Dr Salma Anas-Ibrahim, (FMOH), Dr Martin Joseph (WHO) (Nigeria) 

11:00-11:20

Translating Family Planning Recommendations into action- Evidence from Southeast Asia

Dr Priya Karna (WHO India)

Dr Meera Upadhyay – WHO SEARO (virtual)

11:20-11:40

Discussion

11:40-11:45

Wrap-up

Dr James Kiarie (WHO)

11:45-12:00

Closing remarks

Dr Saad Abdulmumin (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)

12:00-13:00

LUNCH

Session 2: Research in community and provider driven social accountability.

Chair: Dr Patricia Odero

Deputy Director, Family Planning, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

13:00-13:10

Introductory remarks and overview 

Dr James Kiarie, Unit Head, Contraception and Fertility Care, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research, WHO

13:10-13:20

Defining social accountability and the CaPSAI intervention 

Dr Victoria Boydell, University of Essex

13:20-13:30

CaPSAI Project study design 

Dr Petrus Steyn (SRH, HRP, CFC, WHO)

13:30-15:30

Measuring social accountability in Family Planning services

  1. Main outcomes from the CaPSAI-project
  2. Intermediate outcomes
  3. Prioritized issues and stories of change identified
  4. Context mapping Tanzania
  5. Process evaluation of steps in Ghana

Dr Petrus Steyn 

Dr Victoria Boydell

Ms Joanna Cordero (SRH, HRP, CFC, WHO)

Mr Donat Shamba (Ifakara, Tanzania)

Dr Dela Nai (Population Council Ghana)

15:30-15:50

Discussion

15:50-16:00

Closing remarks

Dr Pascale Allotey 

Director, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research, WHO (includes the UNDP/UNFPA/UNICEF/WHO/World Bank Special Programme – HRP)

The WHO FP Accelerator project supports partners and ministries of health (MoH) to accelerate quality and rights-based family planning (FP) services within the broader frameworks of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and the WHO 13th Global Programme of Work (GPW13). The project contributes specifically to the attainment of SDG targets 3.1, 3.7 and 5.6, and to the GPW13 goal of 1 billion more people covered by UHC.

In this pre- conference session, you will hear about innovative approaches and outcomes of technical assistance to countries, including the South- South learning exchange (SSLE). You will hear about the available evidence on SSLE in FP, WHOs approach and guidance to SSLE and country experiences and lessons learnt in using SSLE to strengthen FP services in Nigeria, Uganda, Nepal, Sri Lanka and India.

The afternoon session will focus on research on community and provider driven social accountability interventions (CAPSAI) conducted in partnership with Population Council, Ghana, Ifakara Health Institute, Tanzania and Integrity Initiative, Ghana. The session will highlight the effect of the intervention on contraceptive uptake and use and the mechanisms and contextual factors that influence and generate these effects in Tanzania, Ghana.

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