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IBP meetings


  • June IBP Consortium meeting in Washington [Agenda] [Report]
  • January IBP consortium Oakland [Report]



  • October 2nd WAHO Good Practices Forum Pre Conference on Adolescent Health Organized by WAHO and IBP AYSRH Task Team [English] [French]
  • August IBP Stakeholder Consultation for the MEC/SPR [Report]
  • June IBP Regional meeting in Peru (Latin America and the Caribbean CLAP / SMR - PAHO - WHO – IBP) High Impact Practices in Zika times [Report]
  • September Latin America and the Caribbean Conference: "Reducing Inequalities in Sexual and Reproductive Health" Cartagena de Indias, Colombia  [Report
  • January ICFP [Report]


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REMINDER: register to the WHO/IBP Semi-Annual Consortium Meeting, New Delhi, India, 13-15 February 2018

Dear colleagues,

We are excited to announce the 2018 IBP Regional Meeting that will take place on February 13-15th in New Delhi, India! We hope that you are available to attend, so please register from the link in the meeting announcement below or from the link in the attached PDF file.

WHO/IBP Semi-Annual Consortium Meeting February 13th – 15th 2018, New Delhi, India

Please join WHO/IBP for the 2018 Regional Consortium Meeting!

This regional meeting will showcase the work IBP partners are doing to support the implementation and scale up of evidence based practices in the Region. In addition, we hope this meeting will provide opportunities for interactive knowledge exchange and networking among implementing partners working to improve family planning and reproductive health outcomes.

Please note participants are responsible for covering costs of their participation.

We wish you welcome and look forward to seeing you in New Delhi!

Thank you all for your continued support of IBP,

Asa Cuzin for IBP Secretariat

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The Implementing Best Practices (IBP) initiative is a unique international partnership dedicated to scaling up what works in family planning and other areas of reproductive health. The partnership was initiated in 1999 by the World Health Organization (WHO), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and nine cooperating agencies. Its membership has now grown to more than 45 member organizations that include donors, international technical assistance organizations, and regional and national partners. WHO/RHR hosts the IBP Secretariat.

The IBP consortium engages the global SRH community to implement and scale up effective practices and global guidelines through its convening power and neutral platform for knowledge-sharing and collaboration.

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