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Family planning E-Conference

  • Starts

    11:00am, 14th May 2020
  • Ends

    1:00pm, 14th May 2020
  • Venue

    Zoom Online

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Lessons from the present, to prepare for the future. The effects of COVID-19 on access to FP information and services in Uganda

Access to family planning information and services remains an essential conversation that we are not having yet we have to. Join Reach A Hand Uganda with support from UNFPA Uganda, Reproductive Health Uganda, PSI Uganda, and UK AID for the first-ever e-Conference on family planning in Uganda. Register online to take part by clicking the link here and be ready to learn from experts and a key player on how we can promote access to FP before, during, and after lockdown and follow the conversation online too via #COVID19andFP.

COVID-19 has caused a never anticipated disruption in meeting family planning needs worldwide. According to UNFPA, the direct lessons and impact of the pandemic include; Clinical staff occupied with the COVID-19 response may not have time to provide services or may lack personal protective equipment to provide services safely, health facilities in many places are closing or limiting services, and women are refraining from visiting health facilities due to fears about COVID-19 exposure or due to movement restrictions. Join the e-conference to discuss this and more on Thursday 14 May at 11:00 E.A.T.

  • Moderator

    Ibrahim Batambuze is a Communications and Advocacy Manager at Reach A Hand Uganda.

  • Co-Host

    Mildred Tuhaise is a Journalist will Next Media Services.

  • Keynote Speaker

    Alain Sibenaler is the Country Representative of UNFPA, Uganda.

  • Panelist

    Dr. Dorothy Balaba is the Country Representative for Population Services International Uganda(PSI)

  • Panelist

    Amanda Banura, FP2020 Youth Country Representative.

  • Panelist

    Jackson Chekweko is the Executive Director of Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU)

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