July 13, 2017 | 8:00am-1:00pm

                        REGISTRATION                                                                                                                               LOCATION

            Register for the full conference or just the pre-                                                                   Johns Hopkins University - Charles Common

             conference session ($50) by June 16th.                                                                         3301 N. Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland 21218



Christian Connections for International Health (CCIH) is a membership organization of 150+ Christian international health organizations. The CCIH 2017 annual conference will be held July 13-15 at JHU. Please join us and register for our first pre-conference session focused on youth. Watch this brief video to hear why global health professionals and students from across the globe attend the CCIH conference.

Nearly 50% of the world's population is under age 30, the majority of whom live in developing countries. Join us to learn and discuss how to reach youth on issues ranging from HIV, family planning, body literacy, child marriage, and living in humanitarian settings. We will discuss: How can Christian organizations and churches better reach youth and help them thrive? What can we learn so we can strengthen our programs? Participants will take away concrete ideas on how to enhance their youth and health efforts.

8:00-8:45am Breakfast & Personal Stories from 2 Youth Participants 8:45-9:00am Introductions & Welcome

9:00-9:15am Statistics & Definitions: Mr. Jeff Jordan, Population Reference Bureau 9:15-9:40am What’s working and what’s not working? Ms. Cate Lane, USAID

9:40-11:10am Roundtables focused on 5 topics: HIV (Gloria Ekpo, World Vision and Claudia Llanten, Catholic Medical Mission Board): Reproductive Health Education for Youth (Lauren vanEnk, Institute for Reproductive Health); Family Planning (Marta Pirzadeh, FHI 360 and Ngalande Ngalande, Jr., Churches Health Association of Zambia); Humanitarian Settings (Rachel Moynihan, UNFPA); and Child Marriage (Rachel Clement, International Center for Research on Women, co-chair of Girls Not Brides)

11:10am-Noon: Action Steps/Commitments/Summary Noon-1pm: Lunch & Networking


Planning committee: Advancing Partners & Communities, Catholic Medical Mission Board, Christian

Connections for International Health, Churches Health Association of Zambia, Ecumenical

 Pharmaceutical Network, Institute for Reproductive Health, Uganda Protestant Medical Bureau, World Relief, and World Vision.

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