U.N. Agencies Discuss Commitments, Actions For ICPD25 Summit In Press Releases, Transcript
UNFPA: As Nairobi Summit opens, leaders express optimism and urgency in securing rights for all
“More than 6,000 world leaders, scholars, advocates, faith leaders, and others converged on the Kenyatta International Conference Centre [Tuesday] to attend the first day of Nairobi Summit on ICPD25, which calls for action to end maternal deaths, stop gender-based violence, and meet demand for family planning — all in 10 years…” (11/12).
UNFPA Asia & the Pacific: Major commitments made by governments, civil society, private sector on opening day of landmark sexual and reproductive health summit
“World leaders, representatives of non-governmental organizations, young people, business leaders, and community groups [Tuesday] began unveiling their commitments to end preventable maternal death, meet all women’s demand for family planning, and stop violence against women and girls by 2030…” (11/12).
UNAIDS: Statement of commitment to step up action towards ending AIDS, eliminate social injustice and reach the women and girls being left behind
“…On the opening day of the conference, the Executive Director of UNAIDS Winnie Byanyima made a statement of commitment on behalf of the UNAIDS Secretariat to step up action towards ending AIDS, eliminate social injustice, and reach the women and girls being left behind…” (11/12).
UNDP: Building Financing momentum: The investment case for ICPD
This transcript features remarks from UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner, delivered at the Nairobi Summit of ICPD25 (11/12).
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