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2015 Internal Conference on Family Planning
Jan. 25-28, 2016
Nusa Dua, Indonesia
Global Commitments, Local Actions

Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference 2015: Daily Delivery

23 January 2015 - ICFP Preview

Featured Coverage

Welcome to ICFP 2016

Discussing Dividends, Unveiling an Injectable, and Hearing Voices.

By Maryalice Yakutchik - An easy-to-use injectable contraceptive that lasts for months, the role of family planning in the new Sustainable Development Goals, and new strategies to extend a range of family planning methods to the world’s 1.8 billion adolescents highlight the agenda planned for the International Conference for Family Planning (ICFP) 2016 in Nusa Dua, Indonesia.

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Need to Know

Engage & Share

On-site Engagement Toolkit


The On-site Engagement Kit provides resources to help you and your organizations engage on social media during the conference. This includes the ICFP quote graphic series, top hashtags to use and an updated set of ICFP infographics.

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Stay Connected

ICFP2016 Mobile App


The ICFP2016 mobile app is available for download on iOS and Android phones. Please note that the previous app released in November is no longer functional – you must download the ICFP2016 app for updates.

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Schedule Update

New time for Opening Ceremony 


The ICFP Opening Ceremony will now begin at 14:30 (2:30 p.m.) local time on Monday, 25 January. Doors to the Plenary Hall will close shortly thereafter, and re-entry will be limited.

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Featured Hashtag - #ICFP


ICFP 2016: Family Planning as a Foundation to Human Development

Dr. Timothy Mastro, FHI 360’s Director of Global Health, Population and Nutrition, discusses the importance of the International Conference of Family Planning 2016.

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Melinda Gates on Family Planning

As part of the ICFP quote graphic seriesMelinda Gates shares thoughts on family planning. This series features quotes from global leaders that highlight the cross-cutting benefits of family planning. 

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#ICFPYouth: A spotlight on the Youth voice

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Youth and the SDGs

Q&A with Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, UNFPA, and Jose “Oying” Rimon II, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute


The Sustainable Development Goals represent “a significant moment in the history of development,” says Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund. This interview is part of a Global Health Now question and answer series leading up to ICFP.

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From Chiang Mai to Mexico City to Nusa Dua: Family Planning is Key to Saving Lives

By Anne Pfitzer, Family Planning Team Leader, Maternal Child Survival Program

In low resource countries, 1 in 3 women currently have an unintended and completely avoidable pregnancy within 2 years of a birth. As Melinda Gates said, "The single most effective intervention to improve maternal and newborn health is birth spacing and family planning.

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Why young Kenyan men should be part of family planning

By Lucy Maroncha

Young Kenyans are blaming a lack of male involvement in family planning for the rising number of unintended pregnancies and new HIV infections.

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Parenting amidst poverty: Hope lies ahead

By Lauren Wolkoff, Family Planning 2020

Darline has one message for teenage girls: “Don’t live my life.” From her photo, you can see the weariness seep through her dark-rimmed eyes and piercing gaze. Darline is a 21-year-old Haitian farmer who lives with her partner and one-year-old son in a small house without electricity or running water. She is one of the people whose story is featured on Family Planning Voices, a new photo blog by K4Health and Family Planning 2020.

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A condom for women, a diaphragm, and an all-in-one injectable contraceptive: what do they have in common?

By Tracy Romoser, PATH

All women and couples—no matter where they live—should be able to access a full range of family planning options.Here are a few of the family planning innovations PATH has had a hand in designing, developing, testing, or delivering to women and their partners around the world.

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Global Financing Facility: Advancing smartly means keeping an eye on family planning products and the supply chains that deliver them

By Alexis Heaton, Technical Advisor and Leslie Patykewich, Director of Commodity Security, USAID DELIVER Project

Thousands of family planning champions will convene in Nusa Dua, Indonesia for the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) to share experiences and strategies for improving worldwide access to quality family planning services. The newly launched Global Financing Facility (GFF) for Every Woman Every Child has the potential to accelerate these efforts and help countries reach the estimated 225 million women with an unmet need for family planning services.

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