PodMed: Reflections on ICFP 2013

Dr. Amy Tsui, Director of the Gates Institute, and Dean Michael Klag, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, sat down with Elizabeth Tracey, Director of Electronic Media for Johns Hopkins Medicine, to reflect on the 2013 International Conference on Family Planning. Take a listen below.

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ICFP 2013: Opening Day

ICFP 2013 Closing Statement

The 3rd International Conference on Family Planning officially closed on Friday, November 15, 2013.  More than 3,300 delegates from 120 countries attended the conference, which ended with a Call to Action seeking to keep focus on family planning and … [Continue reading]

Reflections on a Remarkable Conference

In this article, Amy Tsui, PhD, reviews some of the most striking highlights from the International Family Planning Conference 2013 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Tsui is director of the Bill and Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive … [Continue reading]

A Call to Action

The Addis Call to Action on the Post-2015 Development Framework voices the perspective of civil society organizations to ensure that family planning and sexual and reproductive health remain part of the post-2015 development framework. To endorse the … [Continue reading]

Mae Azango’s Story


Liberian journalist Mae Azango collects stories. And has a story to tell. We met Wednesday afternoon in one of the African Union caucus rooms during the International Conference on Family Planning. She wandered into the room between video … [Continue reading]