MSI at Women Deliver

Gender equality   |   12 June 2023   |   2 min read



We are proud sponsors of this year’s Women Deliver and look forward to welcoming delegates to the sessions below, to share our insights and evidence.

We have a delegation of 12 team members participating, including Country Directors from Nigeria, Senegal and PNG, young women leaders and advocates from across Africa, and our CEO, Simon Cooke.

You can come and visit us throughout the week at Booth M6 in the exhibition hall.

Monday 17th July 

The Battle Rages On – Driving Change and Accountability for Reproductive Choice 

Evening Reception    
7.30-9pm     Malaiko Gardens, Kigali Marriott Hotel
MSI Reproductive Choices is delighted to invite you to an intimate reception to kick off the 2023 Women Deliver Conference. We are looking forward to reconnecting in a beautiful setting and to being inspired by leaders on the frontline of protecting and promoting reproductive choice.  

We hope to see you there. Places are limited so please RSVP by email to Bethan Cobley by Friday 7th July (

Tuesday 18th July

Abortion is healthcare – UHC best practices, from politics to provision

Concurrent session KCC, Room MH1.1
Co-hosted with the Global Safe Abortion Dialogue, SheDecides, WHO, Ipas, Government of Nepal, Government of France, and Government of Benin.

How do movements make safe abortion legal? Lessons from Rwanda and Nepal

Side event KCC, Room M1.1
Co-hosted with Sida, Human Development Initiative Rwanda and Amplify Change

Recent innovations in increasing access to self-managed medical abortion

Side event KCC, Room AD11
Hosted by Options and Grand Challenges Canada

Wednesday 19th July 

SRHR, Emergency Preparedness and Resilience, and Climate Change

Side event KCC, Room AD11
Hosted by FP2030, African Institute for Development Policy, USAID
and the Margaret Pyke Trust

Beyond marriage and motherhood: The forgotten girl brides of Southeast Asia and the Pacific

7.00 – 8.30am
Side event KCC, Theatre
Co-hosted with Australian Aid, Burnet Institute, UNICEF, UNFPA and IPPF

We look forward to seeing you there!



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