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The Nairobi Summit on ICPD25

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.



Dr. Michelle Bachelet

Perseverance and Partnership: Key to Ending Gender-based Violence

What does it take to survive extreme violence and discrimination? Indeed, what does it take to change the world? This plenary will bring together leaders who have triumphed over violence and discrimination and now lead efforts to end gender-based violence and champion human rights. The facilitated dialogue will explore what made each of the panelists a leader: resilience, determination, commitment to justice.  Examples of the importance of partnership will be shared to illustrate and catalyze further action from local to global level. How does one become a good partner and a collaborative leader? What will sustain partnerships and leaders in the struggle to end gender-based violence by 2030?

Ms. Binta Djiba
Head of State
Dr. Kakenya Ntaiya
Ambassador Karl Hofmann
Dr. Michelle Bachelet
Director Michele Bratcher Goodwin
Dr. Nagham Nazwat Hasan
Her Excellency Poto Williams
Her Excellency, Mrs. Toyin Saraki
Trevor Paidamoyo Molife



Dr. Khama Rogo

Showcasing and Celebrating African Achievements: Cairo to Addis Ababa to Nairobi and Beyond

The ICPD Programme of Action and the 2013 Addis Ababa Declaration on Population and Development (AADPD) have together provided a unique opportunity for Africa to take regional action to address population dynamics. They are inspiring Africa’s efforts to harness a demographic dividend, advance human rights and meet the Sustainable Development Goals. The recent ICPD/AADPD regional review reveals an incredible body of evidence about gains, gaps and challenges in the implementation of these frameworks. It highlighted exemplary initiatives that African countries are undertaking to ensure that policy and services address population issues and achieve meaningful development results, particularly for marginalized and underserved populations. Although the continent has frameworks setting out region-specific guidance and most African countries have explicit population policies, they lack comprehensive strategies and budgets to support the implementation and monitoring of these plans. This concurrent session will provide an opportunity for countries to share knowledge and experiences in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies and programmes that respond to their demographic trends.

Dr. Amira El Fadil
Mr. Dereje Wordofa
Faith Opiyo
Florence W. Manguyu
Dr. Khama Rogo




Fulfilling the Cairo Promise in a Fragile World

Today, more than two billion people live in countries affected by conflict, violence and fragility. This session will highlight major humanitarian trends including rising displacement to galvanize action to fulfill the promise of Cairo to uphold the rights for universal sexual and reproductive health and ending GBV everywhere including in humanitarian and fragile settings.

Prof. Dr. Emine Alp Mese
George William Okoth-Obbo
Head of State
Dr. Lina Abirafeh
Dr. Michelle Bachelet
Omar Abdi
Mr. Olivier Dubois
His Excellency Oswaldo Armindpo Faquir Petersburgo
Yolanda Joab-Mori




Progress for Indigenous Women and Girls

This dialogue aims to bring visibility to the urgent challenges that prevent indigenous women and girls from enjoying their right to sexual  and reproductive health. It will highlight the progress that has been achieved since 1994, the barriers that stand in the way, and the critical elements required for ensuring a rights-based and culturally acceptable approach to sexual and reproductive health and rights for indigenous peoples. Expect an intercultural exchange that puts the rights, voices, and choices of indigenous women and girls at the centre of the conversation.

Her Excellency Ms. Elena Ramos
Ms. Elvira Pablo Antonio
Ms. Hannah Tenneh
Ms. Lucy Mulenkei
Dr. Mariam Wallet Aboubakrine
Ms. Ruci Senikula
Ms. Tarcila Rivera Zea





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