Enid Muthoni Ndiga, Chief Programs Officer for the Center for Reproductive Rights, will be participating in a panel on reproductive and maternal health at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) meeting on September 19 at 2:30 pm ET.
The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), which convenes global leaders to create and implement solutions to world challenges, is holding its two-day meeting this week alongside the United Nations General Assembly. The meeting aims to advance action on climate change, inclusive economic growth, health equity, the refugee crisis, and more.
Muthoni Ndiga will be speaking on the panel titled “A Pivitol Window for Reproductive and Maternal Health: How We Can Lead the Vanguard for Availability, Agency, and Access.”
The session will explore:
- How can we accelerate solutions to improve maternal and reproductive health, including new technologies, policies, and service delivery?
- How can we address pressing global challenges, such as climate change and food insecurity, in ways that recognize the impact on maternal and reproductive health?
- How do we develop cross-sector partnerships to accelerate progress toward achieving comprehensive maternal and reproductive health, access, and rights?
- Xavier Bacerra, Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services
- Christy Turlington Burns, Founder, Every Mother Counts
- Rt. Hon. Helen Clark PMNCH, Board Chair, Former Prime Minister of New Zealand
- Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton, Former U.S. Secretary of State
- Dr. Mary-Ann Etiebet AVP, Health Equity and Lead, Merck for Mothers, Merck
- Dr. Aparna Hedge, Founder and Managing Trustee, ARMMAN
- Molly Jong-Fast, Contributing Writer, The Atlantic
- Dr. Natalia Kanem, Executive Director, U.N. Population Fund (UNFPA)
- Enid Muthoni Ndiga, Chief Programs Officer, Center for Reproductive Rights