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Nairobi – #ICPD Summit has ended, now action resumes

15 November 2019, Nairobi – “I am leaving Nairobiwith great sense of satisfaction about strengthened ties between ARDN and UNFPA, under the leadership of Executive Director, Dr. Natalia Kanem. The Summit has been a watershed moment in the fight for a better future for women and girls”, declares Dr. Djibril Diallo, CEO ARDN, “in support of joint efforts towards achieving the SDGs”.

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ADDRESSING THE NAIROBI SUMMIT ON ICPD25
Day 2 at #NairobiSummit. I have had the honor to be the moderator of the panel on Sports, inclusion and empowerment at #ICPD2. Excellent platform for ARDN and its work.Over 4000 delegates from over 100 countries in attendance.

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Excellent meeting in Nairobi with bureau members of #ROJALNU Youth Leaders/Kenya Branch, under the leadership of Caroline Wambui. Full briefing on their efforts to support #ARDN Campaign on SDGs and their contribution to roll-out of the Work plan for 2020. They also mentioned with appreciation the support they have received from Alioune Gueye.

MEETING WITH FORMER GOVERNOR GENERAL OF CANADA
Enjoyed meeting w/ Michaelle Jean, Former Governor General of Canada and Former SecGEn of Francophonie during #ICPD25 in #Nairobi. We discussed her contribution to #ARDN Campaign on #SDGs. Looking forward to working with her.@ARDNngo #GlobalGoals

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