Join the Gates Institute at Women Deliver 2016

The Gates Institute is participating in the 2016 Women Deliver Conference, May 16-19 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Plan to join us for these events! 
Tuesday, May 17

10:30–12:00 / Room B4-3
Advocacy: What Works for Government and Officials
Organized and hosted by Advance Family Planning
Wednesday, May 18
15:00–16:00 / Room B4-3
Stockouts: What Lies Behind the Empty Shelf
Moderator: J.M. Ian Salas, Research Economist, Gates Institute; Assistant Scientist, Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH)
Thursday, May 19
13:30-14:30 / Room B4-3
Innovative Means to Collect and Use Data
Speakers include Linnea Zimmerman, Assistant Scientist, PMA2020; faculty member, Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health, JHSPH

Tuesday, May 17 

The Young and Restless: From Nusa Dua to Copenhagen
Jose "Oying" Rimon II, Director, Gates Institute

The Gates Institute developed the Family Planning Voices Installation as a physical expansion of K4Health and FP2020’s Family Planning Voices (#FPVoices) digital storytelling initiative, which seeks to document, through photography and interviews, the stories of individuals working to improve access to family planning around the world

The FP Voices Installation will be at Women Deliver, in the exhibit hall (C3-A15/A16). Visitors to the interactive installation can choose from a selection of prompts, share their responses, take photos or video, and publish their thoughts instantly using #FPVoices. 
The Family Planning Voices Installation has been made possible by generous support from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
Be sure to stop by the installation to share why you're passionate about family planning!
The FP Voices Installation will be open in the Exhibit Hall:
Tuesday, May 17, 07:30-18:00
Wednesday, May 18, 07:30-18:00
Thursday, May 19, 07:30-14:00

For more details about the conference program, visit the Women Deliver Conference website.
See you at #WD2016!

Monday, May 16, 2016 - 04:00