to call on world leaders to move from promises to progress for girls and women.
More than 5,000 participants from Ministries of Health, Finance and Development Cooperation, Parliaments, leading civil society organizations, global companies, media and more are expected to attend Women Deliver 2013. Through previous groundbreaking conferences in 2007 and 2010, Women Deliver galvanized political commitment, financial investments and on-the-ground action to reduce maternal mortality and achieve universal access to reproductive health.
on the links between health and other issues critical to the empowerment of girls and women, including education, environment, human rights, and more. More than 120 concurrent sessions, high-level plenaries, skills-building workshops, and ministerial and parliamentarian forums will inspire and inform to build a better world for girls and women.
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