This year marks the 25th anniversary of the ground breaking International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), which took place in Cairo in 1994. At that conference, 179 governments adopted a Programme of Action, recognizing that reproductive health, women’s empowerment and gender equality are the pathway to sustainable development.
Today, the world is aiming to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, and universal sexual and reproductive health is central to much of this agenda – ending poverty, security good health and well-being, realizing gender equality and achieving sustainable communities, among many other goals. Urgent and sustained efforts to realize reproductive health and rights are crucial.
Stowelink was glad to have been selected to participate at the ICPD. 6 members of Stowelink together with its CEO were represented at the ICPD youth pre-summit where we learned about innovation, policy communication and leadership besides the ICPD agenda. We also had a presentation on power and influence mapping where Stowelink founder and CEO Ogweno Stephen was a member of the panel from plan international that made this a success.
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