Organized by Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health, Every Woman Every Child (EWEC), and Women Deliver
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
EWEC Hub, UN Main Building, North Lawn
New York, New York
RSVP by September 15
Organized by Health Information and Publications Network (HIPNet)
2.00 PM – 4.30 PM
ICRW, 1120 20th Street NW, Suite 500N
(This event will be live-streamed)
Join HIPNet as they host speakers from three organizations who will share successes and lessons learned on preparing and disseminating advocacy campaigns. They’ll reveal the “secret sauce” that makes policymakers pay attention and take action in the U.S. and abroad, show their creative and eye-catching communications campaigns, and share how their advocacy work has moved the needle on issues that matter.
Speakers will include:
1) Stephanie Bowen, Director of Strategic Communication, White Ribbon Alliance
2) Amanda Livingstone, Advocacy and Programs Manager, White Ribbon Alliance
3) Jill Carney, Associate Director of Government Relations, Save the Children Action Network
4) Harshi Hettige, Communication Officer, Advance Family Planning
Global Health Council (GHC) member PRB has released the its 2017 World Population Data Sheet package at www.worldpopdata.org featuring key health and population indicators and population projections for the world, regions, and 200-plus countries. This year’s theme is the world’s youth population (ages 15-24) focusing on whether this generation has what it needs to develop into productive adults and build better lives for themselves, their families, and their societies. Several indicators and analytical graphics in the Data Sheet explore specific themes related to youth well-being.
The landing page on www.worldpopdata.org is an interactive feature with sections containing videos and graphics on topics such as the percentage of youth who are not engaged in education or employment, growing noncommunicable disease risk behaviors among youth, trends in modern contraception use among young married women, and HIV/AIDS rates among young people in sub-Saharan Africa. Please help expand the reach of the Data Sheet! The hashtag is #worldpopdata. For more information or to order print poster copies, email email@example.com.
View World Population Data Sheet (PDF) here.
Washington, DC (August 4, 2017) – Global Health Council (GHC) welcomes the confirmation of Ambassador Mark Green to serve as the Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Yesterday, the Senate unanimously approved Ambassador Green’s nomination.
“Ambassador Green brings years of experience and a deep understanding of the critical role the United States has in development and humanitarian responses,” said Loyce Pace, GHC President and Executive Director. “His leadership is needed at an agency currently facing budget cuts and discussing how to maximize efficiencies and effectiveness across its programs.”
As USAID Administrator, Ambassador Green will be charged with overseeing legacy initiatives such as the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the President’s Malaria Initiative, and U.S. commitments to end preventable child and maternal deaths and achieving an AIDS-free generation. In addition, USAID plays a critical role improving systems and societies worldwide that can withstand the threat and effects of emerging health priorities.
“GHC looks forward to working with Ambassador Green in targeting several milestones across development, particularly in the area of global health,” said Pace.
About Global Health Council
Established in 1972, Global Health Council (GHC) is the leading membership organization supporting and connecting advocates, implementers, and stakeholders around global health priorities worldwide. GHC represents the collaborative voice of the community on key issues; we convene stakeholders around key priorities and actively engage with decision makers to influence global health policy. Learn more at www.globalhealth.org. Follow GHC on Twitter or “Like” us on Facebook for more information.
July 22 – 25, 2017
Washington Court Hotel
525 New Jersey Ave NW
Feeling a call to action? Join RESULTS in Washington and we’ll head to Capitol Hill together, because Congress needs to hear from YOU. The RESULTS International Conference is a chance to use your voice to change the world.
Together we’ll spend three days hearing from leading experts, learning new skills, and meeting fellow advocates committed to the end of poverty. Then we’ll take our message straight to Capitol Hill.
Download the conference app here!