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Connecting Conversations is a series tailored specifically for youth leaders and young people, hosted by FP2030 and Knowledge SUCCESS. The series presents a comprehensive look at Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health (AYSRH) topics including Adolescent and Youth Development; Measurement and Evaluation of AYSRH Programs; Meaningful Youth Engagement; Advancing Integrated Care for Youth; and the 4 Ps of influential players in AYSRH.
How do people make decisions around self-care? And what is the relationship between self-care decisions and empowerment? In this interactive session, CCP staff and others will take a deep dive into understanding the perspectives, needs and challenges distinct populations across Africa and Asia – including youth, girls, women entering the workforce, special needs populations, and the elderly – face around self-care. We’ll also explore a social and behavior change framework that illuminates the behavioral elements of decision-making and empowerment to help us design effective self-care programs. We’ll discuss with the audience key topics related to self-care and empowerment, such as: when should people seek care and when should they self-manage? What is the provider’s role in setting these boundaries? What policies can amplify access and use of empowering self-care initiatives? Participants will leave this session with new insights and approaches to improve the impact and uptake of self-care interventions.
This three-week workshop, led by a distinguished faculty of public health, policy and development experts, has been described as a transformative experience. Working in a team, participants will develop a scalable health communication campaign based on a predetermined global health or development challenge. LSCW has more than 5,000 alumni in 100 countries around the world and include country presidents, ministers of health, USAID mission directors, and other leaders in government, public health, global development, medicine and communication.
The International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) serves as a strategic inflection point for the family planning and reproductive health community worldwide. It provides an opportunity to disseminate knowledge, celebrate successes, and identify next steps toward reaching the goal of enabling an additional 120 million women to access voluntary, quality contraception by 2020 – and beyond.
The Summit is expected to draw more than 1,500 SBCC practitioners and will provide the opportunity to connect with decision makers at NGOs, government officials and academics from major institutions. The event promises face-to-face time with creative thinkers and innovators working to engage communities to make change in family planning, climate crisis, malaria, risk communication, health equity and so much more.
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