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Day 0

Welcome Remarks for the Youth Conference
Benjamin de Leon
The Forum for Family Planning & Development, Inc.
Day 1

Welcome Remarks
Benjamin de Leon
The Forum for Family Planning & Development, Inc.

Track 1 Plenary - Enhancing RH legislation
Moving Forward: Current Legislative Initiatives to Enhance Family Planning and Reproductive Health in the Philippines
Cong. Emmeline Aglipay
Track 2 Plenary - Accelerating the implementation of RP & RH Act of 2012:
Addressing the unfinished agenda of unmet need for FP
Dr. Esperanza Cabral, Chair, National Implementation Team
Parallel 4 - Planting the seeds for a Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) Program
CSE in the K to 12 Education Program
Rosalie Masilang
The Standard for CSE (for use by the Department of Education, Private Schools
and NGOs)
Hope Abella
Parallel 5 - Fulfilling the promise:  Family Planning and Corporate Social Responsibility
Family Planning Sustainability Program in the Workplace
Catherine Baybay
Family Planning and Social Responsibility: How CARD-MRI is fulfilling this promise
Mariyn Manila
Parallel 6 - Counting more women for family planning
Access to Reproductive Health Services for and by PWDs
Carmen Zubiaga
Counting women: How do we look for them
Diego Danila
Day 2

Track 1 Plenary - Advancing Family Planning Through Innovation
New modes for service delivery: Voucher system
Allan Dane Parocha
Task sharing for service delivery: ACE Project
Patricia Gomez
The value of Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives
Lourdes Capito
Track 2 Plenary - The Challenge: Linking demand generation and FP service delivery
Electronic tracking of couples reached for Family Planning: RPFP Online
Juan Antonio Perez III
Track 3 Plenary - Leading the Way to a More Responsive Health Governance & leadership in MNCHN & FP
Leading a responsive MNCHN and FP during challenging times: The ARMM experience
Kadil “Jojo” Sinolinding, Secretary, DOH-ARMM
Track 4 Plenary - Money Matters! Financing for Sustained FP Services and Commodities
Health Leadership and Governance for Maternal and Child Health and Family Planning
Ernesto D. Garilao, President, Zuellig Family Foundation
Social Health Insurance Coverage and Benefits for Family Planning
Israel Francis Pargas, Vice President, PhilHealth
Money Matters: PCPD Pilot Projects for Financing FP Services
Jonathan David Flavier, Executive Director, PCPD
Parallel 1 - Client-focused Programs for adolescents, teen moms and young parents
Second chances for teen parents in Region 8
Jenny Lesiguez
Maternal & FP Services for young parents: The program at Iloilo Provincial Hospital
Prem Parcon
Integrating Family Planning for teens in a teriary care setting: Brokenshire Program for Teens
Darleen Estuart
Parallel 2 - Broadening options: Community and CSO-led health services
Home-Delivery of Services: Community-based RH Service Delivery in Palawan
Amina Swanepoel
Community women: the missing crucial link in making FP truly accessible
Beth Angsioco
Experiences in linking FP demand and services - CSO, Community-based health facilities/Education Institution
Monalisa Diones
Parallel 3 - FP in humanitarian response setting: A test of Filipino resiliency
Ensuring Access to FP Information and Services During Emergencies
Riziel Castro
Access to maternal and RH Services in 8 Post-typhoon LGUs
Roger Ilagan
Reproductive Health in humanitarian response
Rosalie Paje
Parallel 4 - Men matter! Enhancing Male Involvement in FP
Male involvement in Family Planning
Joseph Alesna
Concretizing Men’s Responsibility in Reproductive Health: Davao City’s No-Scalpel Vasectomy Program
Tomas Miguel Ababon
Engaging Men in Family Planning... Communication based Scalpel Vasectomy Program
Clarissa David
Engaging Men & KATROPA
Lolito Tacardon
Parallel 5 - Awakening our senses! FP in GIDA and other politically challenged areas
FP in isolated and difficult areas: The ARMM Experience
Kadil Sinolinding
Bridging leadership for family planning in upland communities in La Union
Daisy Sayangda
Policy Matters: Palawan’s journey to better Reproductive Health
Eduardo Modesto Rodriguez
FP in GIDA and other politically challenged areas: Today’s challenge
Herminigilda Escalante
Parallel 6 - Service Delivery Networks (SDN) and Family Planning
Service Delivery Network: The Mindanao Experience
Dolores Castillo
Summary Report
Rapporteur General Presentation
Rena Dona

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