Join AFP At The 2013 International Conference On Family Planning

Join the Advance Family Planning (AFP) initiative at the 2013 International Conference on Family Planning, to take place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from November 12th through 15th. See a full schedule of AFP-affiliated conference events, presentations, and panel discussions below.

Conference Events and Presentations

Tuesday, November 12

High-level Ministerial Meeting (By invitation only)
The Youth Dividend—Return on Investment in Family Planning
African Union
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Family Planning Advocacy Knowledge Café & Launch of the AFP Advocacy Portfolio
Auxiliary Event, co-hosted with Futures Group
Hilton Addis Ababa
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Wednesday, November 13

Effective Family Planning Programs, Practice, Services & Sustainable Development 
Poster Session 2
2nd and 3rd Floor Lobbies

  • Effectiveness of Harmonized Coordination of Private-Sector Family Planning Service Delivery: The Uganda Family Planning Consortium Model (2.307)
    Kenneth Mugumya, Uganda Family Planning Consortium (Uganda)
  • Family Planning Commitment in Indonesia: Taking it to the Districts (2.311)
    Mayun Pudja, Cipta Cara Padu (Indonesia)

Making Family Planning a Priority
Session 1.4.11
2nd level, Caucus Room 18

  • Who Benefits from Family Planning? The Cost Implications of Inequity
    Priya Emmart, AFP, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (USA)

Thursday, November 14

Let the Data Do the Talking: Using Data to Advocate for Policy
Session 2.1.06
Old Building Medium Conference Hall

  • The Missing Indicator: The Use of a Strategic Advocacy Approach to Promote Data-driven Decisions on Task-sharing in Kenya
    Rose Maina, Jhpiego (Kenya)

Advocating for Family Planning
Session 2.209
2nd level, Small Conference Hall 2
Chair: Duff Gillespie, AFP, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Family Planning Access and Maternal Mortality Reduction: A Critical Health and Development Milestone for Africa
Organized by the African Women Leaders Network for Reproductive Health and Family Planning
3rd Level, Small Hall 4

Friday, November 15

Contraceptive Financing, Policy, Innovation in Service Delivery, Monitoring, Evaluation and Research
Poster Session 5
2nd and 3rd Floor Lobbies

  • The Road to FP2020 in Tanzania: A Framework for Family Planning (5.307)
    Halima Shariff, AFP Tanzania (Tanzania)
  • Improved NGO Access to Contraceptives in Tanzania (5.224)
    James Mlali, Health Promotion Tanzania (Tanzania)

Strengthening the Family Planning Policy Environment: The Importance of Political Will, Evidence-based Advocacy, Policy Implementation and Evaluation 
Panel Presentation 3.2.02
Medium Conference Hall

  • Is Evidence Essential to Policy Change? The Advance Family Planning Case Study
    Beth Fredrick, AFP, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (USA)