Celebration of the UNFPA@50 and ICPD25 through Private Sector engagement

18 June 2019
UNFPA Nigeria
Celebrating the UNFPA@50 and ICPD25 through Private Sector engagement

Over 150 private sector entities gathered at the Access Bank building in Lagos Nigeria to celebrate United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) at 50 and the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) at 25. The celebration showcased the impact of UNFPA in advancing the ICPD agenda in Nigeria for the last 25 years. The event marked a new beginning for long-term partnerships with the private sector to advance Maternal Health, Family planning and demographic dividend in order to improve the lives of women and girls in the country.

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