On the road to Nairobi… Tell us why you march

In 1994 in Cairo, 179 governments adopted a landmark Programme of Action to put sexual and reproductive health and rights at the centre of population policies.

Progress has been made, but millions of people – particularly the world’s most vulnerable and women and girls – have yet to see these promises fulfilled. There is still a lot to be done.

It is time for us to raise our voices and ask world leaders to deliver what was promised.

Everyone has an important role to play – whether you're headed to Nairobi or working locally, we appreciate your voice, your conviction, your dedication.

Thank you for joining us on the road to Nairobi and telling us why you march using the hashtag #IMarchFor.

#IMarchFor: Steve Sharra, AFIDEP Senior Knowledge Translation Scientist

#IMarchFor - An equitable education system for girls and women

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#IMarchFor: First Lady of Central African Republic, HE Brigitte Touadera, and Central African youth

#IMarchFor - Central African Republic

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#IMarchFor: Jayathma Wickramanayake, UN Youth Envoy

#IMarchFor - The rights of every young person

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#IMarchFor: Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, UN Women Executive Director

#IMarchFor – The rights of women & girls

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#IMarchFor: Lela Bakradze, UNFPA Georgia Co-Assistant Representative

#IMarchFor - Every adolescent girl

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#IMarchFor: UNFPA Nepal

#IMarchFor - Nepal

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