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Public-private partnerships & the new era: Scaling up the response to tackle unplanned pregnancy

15 November  |  13:25 (GMT+7)

As the family planning community navigates today’s complex global policy landscape and seeks to reverse the negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on family planning services, we must join forces to accelerate efforts to ensure equitable contraceptive access and choice for women and girls around the world.

Now, more than ever, we need fresh-thinking around how we collaborate and develop innovative public-private partnership (P3s) models to catalyze the future of family planning.

Join leading voices to hear about existing, new and emerging partnership models, critical success factors, and how the family planning ecosystem can build innovative P3s to ensure equitable access to contraception for all women and girls – starting with those with the highest unmet needs.

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