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    Amid growing calls for more open collaboration between civil society, governments and public service providers, we look at what it takes to achieve social accountability (written by Marleen Vellekoop, Evidence for Action (E4A) Mama-Ye, Allison Annette Foster, Vice President WI-HER, LCC)
    Tuesday, 17 Dec 2019
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    As the international community is gathering at the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 to mobilise the political will and financial commitments to fully implement the conference’s Programme of Action, this multiblog looks at what it takes to make sexual and reproductive health a reality for those left behind.
    Tuesday, 12 Nov 2019
  • Medical workers from Chikuni Mission Hospital hold a pregnant mothers and children under 5 clinic in a rural area of Zambia (Bread for the World, 2015)
    This policy brief takes stock of Zambia’s progress in achieving its sexual and reproductive health rights commitments 25 years after it adopted the ICPD's Programme of Action, and identifies what more needs to be done to fulfill the unmet needs of women and girls.
    Tuesday, 12 Nov 2019

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