On-site Auxiliary Events

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On-site auxiliary events will take place at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC).

Click here to download the complete program of on-site auxiliary events, with descriptions and contact/registration information.

Applications for space are no longer being accepted; rooms were reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.

You may contact the BNDCC if you are interested in catering services for your event.

Monday, 25 January (11:00 – 12:30)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Room
Meeting our Commitments: Averting a Family Planning Crisis UNFPA Singaraja Hall 2


Tuesday, 26 January (7:00 – 8:20)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Room
Best Practices in Expanding Access to Long-Acting Reversible Contraception in Asia Pacific and South East Asia MSD Singaraja Hall 2
Future financing of the SDGs: sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights The World Bank Group and International Planned Parenthood Federation Mengwi 1+2
Defining Quality: New Approaches to Understanding Quality of Family Planning PAI; Population Council; The Women and Health Initiative at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Mengwi 3+5
Childbirth, Perfect time to start Family Planning: PPFP event in Bahasa Indonesia Jhpiego Indonesia Legian 5
The Guttmacher-Lancet Commission on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Post-2015 World Guttmacher Institute Legian 6
From Commitment to Action: Engaging Donors & Implementers to Make Rights-Based Approaches a Reality EngenderHealth Legian 7
Promoting Leadership & Management Best Practices in Family Planning The Leadership, Management & Governance Project (Management Sciences for Health) Legian 8+9


Tuesday, 26 January (18:00 – 19:30)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Room
Johns Hopkins Alumni and Friends Reception Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health Uluwatu 7
Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health: Lessons from the South African Population and Health Research Center and Strengthening Evidence for Programming on Unintended Pregnancy Research Consortium (STEP UP) Kintamani 5
The Power of Collective Change: A reception and dialogue about normative transformation to promote adolescent sexual and reproductive health Passages Project Team: Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University (IRH); FHI 360, John Hopkins Global Early Adolescent Study (GEAS), Population Services International (PSI), Save the Children, Tearfund Seminyak Lounge
The DRC’s emergence and family planning leadership through 2030 PNSR – National Program for Reproductive Health, Ministry of Health, DRC; Advance Family Planning, Gates Institute, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Tulane University; FP2020 Singaraja Hall 2
Family Planning Voices (#FPVoices): Telling the Human Side of Our Story K4Health Project; FP2020 Mengwi 1+2
Young women’s decision making on family planning and the role of social norms and religious beliefs Progressio, Christian Connections for International Health Mengwi 3+5
Launching Strategic Framework IPPF: 2016 to 2022 International Planned Parenthood Federation; Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia Legian 2
Counting it up: Getting to the heart of how we define additional, new, first-time users and adopters of contraception Marie Stopes International; Avenir Health Legian 3
Achieving Gender Equality through Engaging Men’s Participation in Family Planning; Stories of Impact MenCare+ Program in Indonesia PKBI Lampung; PULIH Foundation; IPPF East Java Chapter (PKBI Jawa Timur); Rutgers WPF Indonesia Legian 5
From the village to the capital: Holding governments accountable for keeping their SRHR promises CARE; Family Care International Legian 6
Building the Evidence on the Importance of Social Equity-Focused Family Planning Interventions: Findings from Recent Effectiveness Trials and Scale-up initiatives Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation India Legian 7
Addressing Gender-based Violence within Family Planning Settings: Recent International Guidelines and Practical Examples Center on Gender Equity and Health, University of California San Diego; World Health Organization, International Planned Parenthood Federation, Population Council Legian 8+9


Tuesday, 26 January (18:00 – 20:30) 

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Room
Young People and Their Access To Contraceptives in developing countries  & SRHR Alliance networking event Rutgers WPF Indonesia, One Vision Alliance and SRHR Alliance Tanjung Benoa Hall


Wednesday, 27 January (7:00 – 8:20) 

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Room
Quality across the continuum: how do we ensure care that is respectful and women-centered? The USAID | Translating Research into Action (TRAction) Project and the Maternal Health Task Force Legian 1
Community-based Family Planning Services Delivery: Lessons, Challenges and Sustainability Great Lakes University of Kisumu Legian 2
An Afterthought? Men’s uptake of and support for Family Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa Sonke Gender Justice Legian 3
Youth Lead: Increasing Access to Family Planning International Youth Alliance for Family Planning; The Leadership, Management & Governance Project (Management Sciences for Health); Women Deliver Legian 5
Innovative Strategies to Address High Unmet Contraceptive Need among Youth and Adolescents in Sub-Saharan Africa MSD/Merck Legian 6
Universal Access to Family Planning and Reproductive Health: Who’s Accountable in the Post 2015 Era? Management Sciences for Health Legian 8+9


Wednesday, 27 January (18:00 – 19:00) 

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Room
Rhythm, Rhymes, and Rap: Using art as an advocacy tool International Youth Alliance for Family Planning (IYAFP) Tanjung Benoa Hall


Wednesday, 27 January (18:00 – 19:30) 

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Room
World Vasectomy Day: Inspiring Men to Rise up for their partners, their children, their communities and our future World Vasectomy Day; Partners in Population and Development Uluwatu 1
Connecting the dots: gathering the FP/RH accountability community Countdown 2015 Europe, International Planned Parenthood Federation European Network (IPPF EN), FP Monitoring and Accountability Programme Uluwatu 7
Launch of a Global Health Action Journal Special Supplement on Family Planning Countdown to 2015; United Nations Population Fund; Johns Hopkins University; Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Kintamani 1
Synergize Interventions To Reduce Child Marriage Cases and It’s Social and Economic Impacts in Indonesia Rifka Annisa Women Crisis Center, Rutgers WPF Indonesia and One Vision Alliance Kintamani 2
Springboard for Health Communication Professionals Health Communication Capacity Collaborative Kintamani 6
Update of pharmacokinetic and clinical evidence supporting an association of increased unintended pregnancy among HIV-infected women using subdermal implants and efavirenz-based antiretroviral therapy: navigating a balanced approach to policy Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health, University of California San Francisco; Department of Reproductive Health Research, WHO Singaraja Hall 2
A Celebration of Young People’s Contraceptive Choice Pathfinder International and its Evidence to Action (E2A) project, FHI260, MSI, and PSI Mengwi 3+5
Reframing religious and cultural norms to advance sexual rights and abortion access and reduce stigma and discrimination Ipas, Alimat, YKP Women’s Health Foundation, Samsara Legian 1
Aman Health | Sukh Initiative: First Family Planning Urban Health Initiative of Pakistan Aman Health Care Services Legian 2
Advocacy and Action: Harnessing the power of family planning to improve nutrition and food security Population Reference Bureau; FHI360, The Palladium Group Legian 3
35 Years of Matlab MCH & Family Planning University of Colorado Boulder; icddr,b; Population Reference Bureau Legian 5
Publishing 101: 10 (or More) Things You Need to Know to Get Your Article Published Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) Legian 6
Harnessing Digital Health Solutions and Applications for Family Planning Programs: Lessons Learned and Opportunities African Strategies for Health; USAID Legian 7


Thursday, 28 January (7:00 – 8:20)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Room
Indonesia’s experience in meeting the Family Planning needs through the Universal Health Coverage Scheme United Nations Population Fund Indonesia; University of Gajah Mada Legian 1
Panel Discussion on Islam and Family Planning in Indonesia UNFPA Indonesia Legian 2
Workshop on pre-service integration of Family Planning in medical education: A case study from Ethiopia Center for International Reproductive Health Training (CIRHT), University of Michigan Legian 3