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Women Deliver
Leading global advocate championing and the health and rights of girls and women.
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We’re thrilled to open submissions for Appy Hour! One of ’s most popular offerings, this lively mixer will highlight 10 mobile applications that are driving progress for & the health & rights of girls & women. Apply by 28 Dec!
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Women Deliver Nov 17
“She tried to end the pregnancy herself – and lost her life in the process,” writes in a op-ed. It’s time to talk about comprehensive reproductive health education and services like the future depends on it!
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Women Deliver Nov 16
Demand for contraception increases during emergencies—a time when women & girls need it most. Emergency responders, governments & development actors need to collectively scale-up access to for women & girls affected by crises.
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Women's Forum Nov 15
. debate at : "This house believes that government not business should be primarily responsible for ending sexual harassment in the workplace." The team for the motion! ,
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Women Deliver Nov 16
“Believe in yourself, and never stop dreaming. You have every right to be there and every right to be successful.” 🙏 Inspiring words from in . Read her full interview here:
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Women Deliver Nov 16
Stories: we are now accepting applications for the Power Stage! This new offering invites conference participants to share their informative, punctuated presentations live in Vancouver. Apply by Nov 30!
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Women Deliver Nov 15
We have that thanks to our friends at 🎶 creativity & performance is an effective tool to share information about & empower young people to make effective decisions about their sexual & reproductive health!
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Women Deliver Nov 15
"To drive real change for women and girls in fragile and humanitarian settings, the status quo will not suffice." A powerful new op-ed by in urges for :
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Women Deliver Nov 15
At , we sharpened our advocacy skills, connected w/ our partners & discussed new ideas to drive progress on ! 🙌This is crucial to advancing & it does not stop here. These spaces are important to our work ➡️ let’s continue the conversation at !
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Population Council Nov 15
Thanks for featuring Annovera, the first and only contraceptive to provide a full year of protection while fully under a woman's control. Learn more:
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What Women Want Nov 14
Excited to have our partners supporting campaign aiming to collect asks from 1 million girls and women on how they define quality health care. Visit the booth to be part of the campaign.
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Reach A Hand, Uganda Nov 15
We made the final cut! 🏆 🏅 Out of 350 submissions for the Quality Innovation Challenge by David and Lucile Packard FDN, we made the top 10 to submit a proposal to win a grant of up to 100k USD. Cheers to & for this powerful brainstorm 👇
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Women Deliver Nov 15
Replying to @WomenDeliver
Add. Secretary Mohiul Islam speaks to the influence of religion & conservatism on Bangladesh, and therefore the need to be serious on contraceptive issues, so that girls & women can easily access these services. Family planning must be promoted & made available 2/2
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Women Deliver Nov 15
to Mr. Quazi A.K.M. Mohiul Islam, Ministry of Health, “Why does Bangladesh fail to reform the colonial era anti-abortion law that criminalizes women with 7 yrs of imprisonment, fine or both? How can the constitutional establishment be reformed?” 1/2
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Women Deliver Nov 15
Replying to @BethFP2020
. encourages youth advocates in restrictive environments to learn from countries facing similar issues & to work within faith networks to find common ground. Young people need to document the impact of these restrictions to make the case to change hearts & minds 2/2
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Women Deliver Nov 15
to , “Not all countries signed onto & countries in the Global North, incl. my own country Poland, are facing retrogression in family planning and more generally. What can we do for girls & women left behind in these countries?” 1/2
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Women Deliver Nov 15
Replying to @nmeda_officiel
Minister of Health Nicolas Meda – Burkina Faso’s new natl. development plan focuses on human development & working to capture the demographic dividend. Efforts to increase access to family planning, education & job creation for young people 2/2
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Women Deliver Nov 15
Replying to @WomenDeliver
Asst. Secretary Mohiul Islam, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare – Bangladesh has recently developed an adolescent health strategy that’s being implemented. There are now established youth corners in all health centers, plus school programs to provide health info 1/2
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Women Deliver Nov 15
At press conference, YoungLeader asks officials from Bangladesh & Burkina Faso, “How is your government creating a better environment for adolescents & unmarried people to access family planning? & What would you do differently following ?”
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Dr Michalina Drejza Nov 15
Final press conference at starting now! “Young people taking part not only as participants but as leaders “
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