ICFP 2021

February 2-3, 2021
Online
Past Event Date
Tuesday, February 2-3, 2021
8:00am to 2:00pm
02/02/2021 8:00am 02/03/2021 2:00pm ICFP 2021 SHOPS Plus sponsored the International Conference on Family Planning’s virtual forum, Not Without FP, and shared insights on private sector health through a virtual booth and live chats with experts. The two-day event and dialogue took place in February ahead of the biennial conference in Pattaya City in November 2021. SHOPS Plus joined different facets of the global health and international development communities, who discussed the intersections between family planning, universal health coverage, and COVID-19. Agenda February 2, 9:40-11:00 a.m. ET Overcoming Family Planning Delivery Challenges During COVID-19: What’s Working in Countries? Dr. Isseu Diop Touré, chief of party of the SHOPS Plus program in Senegal, will share insights from the project’s work engaging the private health sector in Senegal’s COVID-19 response alongside other panelists.  Register here. February 3, 9:40-11:00 a.m. ET Hearing the Voices of the Private Sector Learn about private sector partners who are making a difference in achieving universal health coverage and family planning goals. Don’t miss the premiere of two videos that feature family planning providers around the world. SHOPS Plus produced them on behalf of the ICFP Private Sector Subcommittee. Register here. February 3, 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET Tea with Private Sector Pros Have a question about how to use private sector health approaches in your program? Bring your tea and come chat with our experts. Register here. February 4, 9:00-9:30 a.m. ET Watch Party: Private Sector Voices in Family Planning Join us to hear diverse private health sector voices from around the world on their contributions to family planning, what motivates them, and what they hope for the future. Register here. automail@shopsplusproject.org UTC public
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Recap

SHOPS Plus sponsored the International Conference on Family Planning’s virtual forum, Not Without FP, and shared insights on private sector health through a virtual booth and live chats with experts.

The two-day event and dialogue took place in February ahead of the biennial conference in Pattaya City in November 2021. SHOPS Plus joined different facets of the global health and international development communities, who discussed the intersections between family planning, universal health coverage, and COVID-19.

The events agenda


February 2
Overcoming Family Planning Delivery Challenges During COVID-19: What’s Working in Countries?
Dr. Isseu Diop Touré, chief of party of the SHOPS Plus program in Senegal, will share insights from the project’s work engaging the private health sector in Senegal’s COVID-19 response alongside other panelists.

February 3, 9:40-11:00 a.m. ET
Hearing the Voices of the Private Sector
Learn about private sector partners who are making a difference in achieving universal health coverage and family planning goals. Don’t miss the premiere of two videos that feature family planning providers around the world. SHOPS Plus produced them on behalf of the ICFP Private Sector Subcommittee.

February 3
Tea with Private Sector Pros
Have a question about how to use private sector health approaches in your program? Bring your tea and come chat with our experts. 

February 4
Watch Party: Private Sector Voices in Family Planning
Join us to hear diverse private health sector voices from around the world on their contributions to family planning, what motivates them, and what they hope for the future. 

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