What You Need to Know From ICFP 2018

The 5th ICFP took place from November 12 - 15, 2018 and was attended by over 3,500 people from every region of the world, including more than 600 attendees of the youth pre-conference. Whether you attended in person or watched online, below are a few key items that will connect you to a few key resources.

The energy and engagement around the 2018 International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) in Kigali, Rwanda proved that investments in reproductive health and rights is a growing priority and the community has continued to evolve and innovate to help meet the the unmet need of women worldwide.

ICFP 2018 Virtual Program Archive

For the first time, the ICFP 2018 Virtual Program provided the community with a collection of live streams, press conferences, and original content filmed in the ICFP 2018 studios. This was an opportunity for anyone around the world to engage in and provide input to the conversation happening in Kigali.

The Virtual Program acts as an archive of some of the most interesting and pressing topics taking place during ICFP. You can access all of the content at www.ICFPHub.org, which was developed by FHI 360.

Click below for each session’s livestream page:

Sex O’Clock News

A group of young journalists, lead by the International Youth Alliance for Family Planning (IYAFP), produced daily quick snippet news about the world of sex and reproductive rights. Take a look at the conversation and make sure you subscribe to get updates on the publication’s future work:

#ICFP2018: The Engagement Continues

There were many ways to engage with and follow along during ICFP 2018. Although the conference is over, the engagement continues. Check out videos, blogs, and photos on the various ICFP social media platforms and be sure to follow them to keep up-to-date on ICFP 2020!

Other Key Links

Here is a list of other important links so you can dive deeper into the conversations that took place during ICFP 2018: