12-14 Nov 2019

The Nairobi Summit
on ICPD25

Accelerating the promise

Nairobi Statement

The Nairobi Statement was formulated after six months of global consultations led by the International Steering Committee on ICPD25, with hundreds of organizations and thousands of people involved. It provides a global framework for the formulation of government and partner commitments. Since it is non-binding, countries and other stakeholders may choose to support the Nairobi Statement in its entirety, in part, or not at all. In no way does supporting the Nairobi Statement infringe upon national sovereignty.

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8,355
delegates
173
countries
150
sessions
600
speakers
1,285
commitments
$8 billion
pledged by private sector
8,355
delegates
173
countries
150
sessions
600
speakers
1,285
commitments
$8 billion
pledged by private sector

The programme

The programme of the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 took an integrated approach to cover 5 themes:

  1. 1 Universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights as a part of universal health coverage.
  2. 2 Financing required to complete the ICPD Programme of Action, and to sustain the gains made.
  3. 3 Drawing on demographic diversity to drive economic growth and achieve sustainable development.
  4. 4 Ending gender-based violence and harmful practices.
  5. 5 Upholding the right to sexual and reproductive health care even in humanitarian and fragile contexts.

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Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 Highlights

 

 

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