Family Planning + Social Good

Today, running up to the International Conference on Family Planning, FHI 360, UN Foundation and the Packard Foundation hosted the Family Planning +Social Good – a conversation about how technology and innovative thinking are advancing family planning goals and objectives.

Girls’ Globe was thrilled to be an active part of the event, that I also had the honor of facilitating.

Here are some social media snapshots of the Family Planning +Social Good conversation

PARTNERSHIPS | a collaborative discussion

IN HER OWN WORDS

https://twitter.com/anashmercado/status/400216617872666624

MOBILE TECHNOLOGY | a connected chat

SCIENCE | an engaging presentation

YOUTH ENGAGEMENT | a group Q & A

MEDIA | a different kind of press briefing

A few closing remarks!

Continue to join the live conversation during the International Conference on Family Planning, using #ICFPLive and check out The Hub at live.fhi360.org
 
Featured Image by: Lindsay Mgbor/Department for International Development (DFID) on Flickr

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