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Early-Afternoon (11.50 - 16.00)

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PANEL: Impossible Nowhere: What we Learned from a Decade of Investment in Family Planning in Humanitarian and Fragile Settings

11.50 - 13.10 (Asia/Bangkok) | Grand Hotel Jomtien 2

Hosts: CARE International, IRC and Save the Children

This panel will feature experts from renowned NGOs to reflect upon successes and challenges in past family planning initiatives in humanitarian and fragile settings, such as the DRC and Nigeria.

POSTER: Poster Session 5

12.30 - 14.30 (Asia/Bangkok) | PEACH Pre-Function Area

SRH in humanitarian and fragile settings-related posters include:

  • Community-based distribution of contraceptives: an effective approach for a more resilient health system: example of the COVID-19 context in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) presented by Jacqueline Sankoko, Pathfinder International - DRC
  • Impact of Conflict and COVID-19 on Family Planning and Reproductive Health Services Utilization in Southern Yemen presented by Suaad Al-Hetari, JSI
  • Making decisions beyond the partnership dyad: Familial and communal influences on contraceptive decision-making among women in Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, and Nigeria presented by Lauren Suchman, UCSF
  • Men as agents of change men as clients men as partners: Lessons from South Sudan presented by Melissa Cockroft, IPPF
  • MISP Readiness Assessment (MRA) Workshop: Best Practices and Lessons Learned presented by UNFPA

PANEL: FP Programs in Emergencies

14.40 - 16.00 (Asia/Bangkok) | PEACH Pattaya 7

Host: MOMENTUM Integrated Health Resilience

Experts will brief on programmatic and research initiatives, especially around SRH within the humanitarian and development nexus.

PANEL: Getting to Equal

14.40 - 16.00 (Asia/Bangkok) | PEACH Pattaya 17

Experts from IRC DRC, Georgetown University, IntraHealth International and Avenir Health will explore the necessity to increase male awareness and involvement in SRH efforts.

PANEL: Climate Change and SHRH: Updates and Opportunities for Joint Advocacy

14.40 - 16.00 (Asia/Bangkok) | PEACH Pattaya 2

NGO experts will discuss current advocacy efforts to address the intersection between climate change and SHRH.

Sexual and reproductive health services remain critical during COVID-19

IAWG members and partners are producing clinical and programmatic guidance, assessments, policy papers, and statements to ensure continued prioritization of sexual and reproductive health and rights throughout COVID-19 response in humanitarian settings.