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Invest in New Media for Better Health of Young People

By Rehema Namukose, Women Deliver

How can we connect for good, connect for all, and build a better world by 2030? To answer this question, global leaders and advocates from around the world convened at the 2014 Social Good Summit this week and to discuss key social issues shaping the future of our world today, like climate change, peace, gender inequality, and health crises like Ebola. Held in conjunction with the 69th Session of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), the summit was an opportunity for young people to not only take part in the conversation, but to lead them.

With conversations conducted in 42 languages from 150 countries, the summit – held on Sunday and Monday – amplified the voice of young people and the future of new media technologies. Many shared stories about how new media technologies like mobile phones are changing the lives of many in the developing world. Through the use of technologies like short message service (SMS), mobile phones, text messaging and social media, young people are accessing information like sexual and reproductive health education and services in ways never that were never before possible. Read more...

Delivering for Girls and Women throughout UNGA Week

This past week, political leaders and civil society advocates from around the world gathered in New York for the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), high-level side events, the Social Good Summit, and the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting. Shared commitments across sectors and countries resulted in a landslide of exciting announcements and events in support of girls and women. Here are a few of the ways Women Deliver worked throughout the week to deliver the message that investing in women pays. Read more...

 

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