April 24, 2015

Google+ Hangout: The Integration Hypothesis — Let’s Empower Women and Girls!

Integrated development solutions play a significant role in keeping women and girls at the center of the post-2015 development agenda. FHI 360, an organization improving lives by advancing integrated and locally driven solutions for human development, is leading successful initiatives and the conversation around integrated development.

On April 23rd, FHI 360 and Girls’ Globe co-hosted a Google+ Hangout to engage thought leaders and those working at a community level to implement integrated development programs for women and girls. This interactive hangout was a follow up conversation to the Integration Hypothesis event held in NYC during #CSW59 in March.

Participants:
Catalina Escobar, Juan Felipe Gomez Escobar Foundation, @Cataescobarr
Greg Beck, FHI 360, @gbeck2
Rose Wilcher, FHI 360
Katja Iverson, Women Deliver, @Katja_Iverson
Joyce Adolwa, CARE

Moderator: Diane Fender, Girls’ Globe, @Diane_Fender
Social Media: Elisabeth Epstein, Girls’ Globe, @E_Epstein

Watch the full video of the hangout below, and continue the conversation on Twitter using #IntegratedDev!