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Conference Presentations 

PowerPoint presentations and links to videos of presentations are included if available. Please note that not all speakers had PowerPoint presentations.

Friday, June 7

Pre-Conference Workshops 9:30am to 12:30pm

Proposal Development | Dennis Cherian, World Vision US | View PowerPoint Presentation

Pre-Conference Workshops 1:30 to 4:30pm

Develop Your Message and Advocacy Plan for Family Planning  

Dr. Douglas Huber, Reproductive Health Consultant | Christians and Family Planning in 2013: Advances in Technology, Program, and Multi-Faith Advocacy | View PowerPoint Presentation

Katie Kraft, General Board of Church and Society, United Methodist Church | Faith-Based Advocacy for Family Planning | View PowerPoint Presentation

Plenary Session I: 6:15 to 7:30pm

Exploring Partnerships between Government and FBOs to Address Gender Inequity | Kay Freeman, Director, Office of Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment, USAID; Daniela Ligiero, Senior Advisor for Gender, Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator; Eric Williams, Democratic Staff Director, House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations | View the Session Video 

Saturday, June 8

Plenary Session II: 9:00 to 10:15am

Global Responses to Sexual and Gender-Based Violence This session examines lessons learned from three different efforts to address and prevent sexual and gender-based violence: a global initiative to end sexual violence against girls; an integrated approach to IMA World Health; and a ministry focused on men and boys that promotes biblical manhood and stands against domestic violence and fatherlessness. Presenters include Yvette Mulongo Kabwe of IMA World Health, Michele Moloney-Kitts of Together for Girls, and Jacqui Patterson of the NAACP. | View the Session Video
 

Jacqui Patterson, NAACP | Faces and Voices of Global Sexual and Gender-Based Violence | View PowerPoint Presentation

Michele Moloney-Kitts, Together for Girls | Translating Data into National Action | View PowerPoint Presentation

Yvette Mulongo Kabwe, IMA World Health | Holistic & Positive Approaches for Overcoming Sexual Violence and Empowering Women in Eastern DR Congo | View PowerPoint Presentation 

Concurrent Sessions I: 10:30 to 11:45am

Preventing HIV/AIDS and Promoting Gender Equity through Male Involvement in HIV Prevention Service | Sara Melillo, Catholic Medical Mission Board | View PowerPoint Presentation

Women, Scripture and Art: The Recipe for Effective Health Education in South Sudan | Darriel Harris, Duke Divinity School | View PowerPoint Presentation

Concurrent Sessions II: 1:00 to 2:15pm

Addressing the Lingering Effects of Khmer Rouge Genocide on Maternal Child Health in Cambodia | Tharanga Diyungala, Samaritan's Purse | View PowerPoint Presentation

Birth Spacing: What Can We Learn From the Women of Burundi? | Dr. Paul Robinson, World Relief | View PowerPoint Presentation 

Empowering Adolescents and Mothers in Reproductive and Child Health Care | Lauren VanEnk, Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University | View PowerPoint Presentation 

Plenary Session IV: 4:00 to 5:00pm

At the Forefront: Universal Health Coverage, Women and Faith | Dr. Jonathan Quick, Management Sciences for Health | Dr. Quick discusses the history of the Health for All movement for Christian medical leaders and how Universal Health Coverage could be the most powerful action the global community could take to improve health and well-being of women and girls worldwide. | View PowerPoint Presentation | View the Session Video
 

Sunday, June 9

Concurrent Sessions III: 10:30 to 11:45am

Faith-based Myth Busting in the Democratic Republic of Congo | Frank Baer, Independent Consultant; Albert Kalonji, Principal Coordinator, SANRU; Ngoma Miezi Kintaudi Leon, Executive Director, SANRU; Felix Minuku, Coordinateur Technique, SANRU | View PowerPoint Presentation 

Concurrent Sessions IV: 2:15 to 3:30pm

Empowering Local Churches to Influence Health Outcomes | Dr. Paul Robinson and Dr. Gil Odendaal World Relief | View PowerPoint Presentation

Presentation Notes

Faith, Women, Culture and Context: What Is the Way Forward? 

Leila Nimatallah, IMA World Health | We Will Speak Out: A Coalition and Movement to Mobilize the Faith Community against Gender-based Violence  | View PowerPoint Presentation

Erika Pearl, IMA World Health | Sermon Guides | View PowerPoint Presentation

Integrating Gender-Based Violence Programming into Community Development Facilitation in Liberia | Rachael Watson, Samaritan's Purse | View PowerPoint Presentation

Plenary Session VI: 3:45 to 4:45pm 

FBOs and the Power of Stories Communicators discuss using stories and technology to make messages come alive to inform and motivate their supporters. Presenters include John Donnelly of the World Bank, Adrian Kerrigan of Catholic Medical Mission Board, and Rebecca Shore of Johns Hopkins University's K4Health Project. | View the session video
 
Adrian Kerrigan, Catholic Medical Mission Board | Engaging Supporters | View PowerPoint Presentation 
 
Rebecca Shore, Johns Hopkins University K4Health Project | Social Media for Story Sharing | View PowerPoint Presentation  
 
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