Side Event PEACH Pattaya 12
November 15, 2022 07:00 - 08:25(Asia/Bangkok)
20221115T0700 20221115T0825 Asia/Bangkok Making sexual and reproductive health markets work for all: The SEMA approach to collaboration for commodity access

Primary & Partner Organizations: SEMA Reproductive Health

As a new partnership, SEMA Reproductive Health is working to promote greater collaboration between global and country actors to create healthy, equitable and resilient sexual and reproductive health national and product markets. During this event, the discussion will introduce SEMA, share its approach to assessing the health of national markets, and how it attempts to support country partners. The event will highlight how market solutions may vary depending upon country context by showcasing efforts to tackle similar market challenges (e.g., equitable pricing) through experiences from the ministry of health, the private sector and NGO partners in Senegal, Nigeria, Kenya and across broader Francophone West and Central Africa.The panel will be followed by a networking reception. Coffee, tea, and light breakfast options will be available.

Registration: Open Event (registration required) - Space is limited. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswSCaUAFKpcFdIv-8bSklF37VtSk_Sa69iwyaSl3_u-_bmA/viewform?usp=sf_link

PEACH Pattaya 12 International Conference on Family Planning 2022 info@theicfp.org

Primary & Partner Organizations: SEMA Reproductive Health

As a new partnership, SEMA Reproductive Health is working to promote greater collaboration between global and country actors to create healthy, equitable and resilient sexual and reproductive health national and product markets. During this event, the discussion will introduce SEMA, share its approach to assessing the health of national markets, and how it attempts to support country partners. The event will highlight how market solutions may vary depending upon country context by showcasing efforts to tackle similar market challenges (e.g., equitable pricing) through experiences from the ministry of health, the private sector and NGO partners in Senegal, Nigeria, Kenya and across broader Francophone West and Central Africa.

The panel will be followed by a networking reception. Coffee, tea, and light breakfast options will be available.

Registration: Open Event (registration required) - Space is limited. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScswSCaUAFKpcFdIv-8bSklF37VtSk_Sa69iwyaSl3_u-_bmA/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Director, FP/RH, MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership
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Jhpiego
Mr. Barnabas Abok
Head of Region - Womens Integrated Sexual Health Lot 2 (WISH 2) Project
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International Planned Parenthood Federation, Africa Regional Office
Ms. Aasha Pai
Senior Associate
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Mann Global Health
Mrs. Megan Christofield
Sr. Technical Advisor
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Jhpiego
Consultant
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ODSG
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