Johns Hopkins University

For Support Of The Interactive FP Voices Booth At The 2016 Women Deliver Conference

The Bill and Melinda Gates Institute for Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health will be participating in the Women Deliver Conference in May 2016 in Copenhagen. This grant will support the redesign, construction and installation of the "FP Voices" exhibit at Women Deliver. FP Voices is an interactive storytelling exhibit originally created for the International Conference on Family Planning in January 2016 in Bali, Indonesia. The exhibit in Bali was a huge success as it created a dynamic way for all conference attendees to share their family planning stories and insights, and Gates Institute plans to recreate this experience for the upcoming Women Deliver conference.
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