Program Implementation

ICFP subcommittee dedicated to collaborating and learning about innovative approaches, tools, and resources to support stronger family planning and reproductive health programs.

Community FAQ

What do you do?

Through a highly interactive track created by a diverse group of implementers, the subcommittee will highlight the critical linkages between diverse groups of experts and advocates in strengthening family planning programs and improving equity and access to family planning information and services.

Who is involved?

Current membership includes WHO/IBP Network executive leadership, IBP Network members, ICFP2022 Youth Trailblazers, WHO/IBP Global Fellows, stakeholders from civil society organizations, government, and researchers, who bring a wealth of experience to multiple aspects of family planning programming.

Join the subcommittee

Get in touch

For more information about the ICFP IBP Track Program Implementation Subcommittee, please contact Ados May, WHO/IBP Network []

About the ICFP Program Implementation subcommittee

Highlighting the Critical Linkages Between Experts, Researchers, and Advocates

The ICFP IBP Track Program Implementation subcommittee aims to complement other subcommittees and scientific tracks, and highlight experiential learning of diverse groups of stakeholders. Objectives include:

  • Engage partners, governments, practitioners, scientists, youth-led organizations and activists from across the regions and sectors
  • Create an equitable collaborative space where different experiences, languages and geographies are represented
    Create space and opportunities to exchange experiences on ‘what works’ and ‘what doesn’t work’ and how they can apply to different contexts
  • Encourage long-standing and new partners to push the boundaries and work with countries to achieve their vision of sustainable development – and UHC in particular – by investing in family planning, and supporting resilient health systems and services

ICFP 2025 Program Implementation Co-Chairs

Coming Soon


Learning by Sharing Portal

Learning by Sharing Portal

WHO Guidelines – Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)

WHO Guidelines – Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)

IBP/HIP Implementation Stories

IBP/HIP Implementation Stories

Program Implementation Video Highlight

Program Implementation at the Not Without FP Forum

The Program Implementation Community Session focused on how high impact practices in family planning are being implemented in countries. Virtual roundtables (held in English and French) provide opportunity for in-depth discussions on what’s working and why or why not.  Participants had the opportunity to share examples of implementation on the ground, success and challenges faced including COVID-19, and recommendations and tips for scaling up and other implementers.

ICFP Program Implementation Photo Highlights

Explore the ICFP Communities

Learn more about the multi-disciplinary communities that make up the powerful ICFP conference, movement, and platform.

Join an #ICFP2025 Subcommittee

Are you interested in joining an ICFP 2025 International Steering Committee (ISC) subcommittee? Now is the time! Please complete the following form to capture your interest. Subcommittee membership is required for participation in the ISC.