Curated Social Media Coverage from Day One
By: FHI 360 & The Women Deliver Community
Crowdblog: Opening Plenary
Investing in Women’s Reproductive Health Equals Investing in Economic and Social Progress for Everyone.
Crowdblog: Malaysian Prime Minister Addresses Women Deliver
Malaysian Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak welcomes the Women Deliver Community.
Crowdblog: Women Lead – Opportunities and Challenges
Opportunities and Challenges for Women in Leadership Around the Globe.
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#WDLive & WD2013 is Trending
The Twittershpere is listening. Conversations at #WDLive and #WD2013 are some of the top trending U.S. hashtags on Twitter. Keep tweeting and showing the world that girls and women's issues should be at the top of the global discussion.
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Women Deliver Media Attention - Day One
Day One Press Releases
Over 300 media outlets are covering the conversations taking place during Women Deliver 2013. Read the press releases from Women Deliver and their partners.
Press Conference Archive
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Girls Globe Bloggers
Crowdblog: Women Deliver: Day 1 - By Girls Globe
It's time! It's time to invest in women and girls - the theme of the first day of the Women Deliver conference 2013. The Girls' Globe bloggers have had a packed day with conference sessions, side events, interviews and more!
Video Blog: Interview with Sarah Hendriks from 'Because I am A Girl' Campaign - By Emma Saloranta
Girls’ Globe had the pleasure of doing a quick interview with Sarah Hendriks, the global gender equality adviser for Plan International and the head of programs for Plan’s “Because I am a Girl”-campaign.
Blog: The Girl Effect Uproots Poverty
By Diane Fender & Elisabeth Epstein
Getting Down to Business: Harnessing the Reach of the Private Sector to Deliver Affordable, Quality
By: Dr. Priya Agrawal, Executive Director, Merck for Mothers
As the saying goes, “If better is possible, good is not enough.” This is certainly the case with efforts to reduce maternal mortality, which is not declining fast enough.
The Cost of A Woman's Life
By Zayid Douglas, Program Associate, International Center for Research on Women
The International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) is working to better understand the ripple effect maternal death has on families through a groundbreaking study in Nyanza Province, Kenya.
Make sure to check out the overflowing Exhibition Halls with creative booths and installations and informative presentations at Tech & Tech, Cinema Corner, & Speaker's Corner. For those of you at the conference - remember your badges for security.