IAWG Co-Hosted Sessions at Women Deliver 2019

Couldn’t make it to one of the IAWG co-hosted sessions during Women Deliver? Check out the articles below to learn about each session and what attendees were saying across social media.
Photo of panelists during Women Deliver 2019 session.

Not Optional! Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Essential to Humanitarian Action

What're the minimum standards for sexual and reproductive health during an emergency and the humanitarian and human rights principles that underpin these standards?

Photo of panelists during Women Deliver 2019 session.

Surviving Day One: Birth in the Humanitarian-Development Nexus

This Women Deliver panel promoted integrated maternal/newborn programming on the day of birth to achieve reductions in maternal and newborn mortality.

Photo of panelists during Women Deliver 2019 session.

Designing Emergency Response with the Adolescent Girl in Mind

Youth leaders shared insights into the risks encountered in emergency settings and their innovative strategies on building adolescent capacities to provide quality sexual and reproductive services to adolescent girls.

Photo of panelists during Women Deliver 2019 session.

A Humanitarian System by Women, for Women: the Essential Role of Women-Focused CSOs

The most valuable players in humanitarian action—women-focused civil society organizations (CSOs)—are also the first responders, the most knowledgeable about community needs, and the ones who stay long after international actors depart.