News & Events
Who's Holding up Our Pillars?
This series of profiles and interviews aims to celebrate Coalition members and partners who actually do the work in supporting our issues.
In the calendar
|4-9 October||21st FIGO World Congress, Vancouver, Canada|
|5-9 October||RHSC 16th General Membership Meeting, Oslo, Norway|
|18-21 October||Global Maternal Health Conference, Mexico City, Mexico|
|9-12 November||4th International Family Planning Conference, Bali, Indonesia|
|1-3 December||Global Female Condom Conference 2015, Durban, South Africa|
How to use the power and attraction of TV, radio and website entertainment to educate on reproductive health issues? William Ryerson tackled this big question in 1998 when he started Population Media Center (PMC), a nonprofit, international nongovernmental organization, specialized in creating serialized dramas for TV, radio and web.
The Concept Foundation—a Coalition member since 2007—has launched its new website spotlighting programme work access to family planning, maternal health and safe medical abortion, as well as successes, challenges and lessons learnt in elevating the Quality agenda, particularly through the Quality of Reproductive Health Medicines (QuRHM) Programme.
Categories: Power of Partnership
Nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer que SECONAF et la Commission de l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour les Produits Vitaux pour la Santé des Femmes et des Enfants (la Commission) co-organisent une réunion du 07-10 septembre 2015 à Dakar.
In advance of their June in-person meeting, the leaders of the Systems Strengthening Working Group workstreams provided updates on their progress since the last meeting in October 2015. Highlights from the document include:
During this year's General Membership Meeting in Oslo, all eyes will be on... YOU! In our special "Networking Lounge" you will have the opportunity to showcase your latest films about reproductive health to our members from all over the world – donors, governments, the private sector, and civil society. As a guide, 325 participants from 48 countries attended our last membership meeting in Mexico.