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Dr Mohsen Mohamed Fathy, Family Planning and Population Sector, Director of Information

Dr Maha Hemaida, NGO Department

National Council for Childhood and Motherhood (NCCM)

Ms Azza El-Ashmawy, Director of Women Health

Ms Dalia Mahmoud, Assistant Director of Women Health

National Population Council

Dr. Safa El-Baz, Head of the Health Group at NCW Previous Ass. Minister of Health and Population for National Population Council (NPC)

National Council for Human Rights (NCHR)

Ms Mona Zulfikar, member of NCHR International attorney Chairperson of Women's Health Improvement Association

National Council for Women (NCW)

Dr. Sara El-Baz, Head of the Health Group at NCW, Director of Regional Center for Training, Previous Ass. Minister of Health and Population for National Population Council (NPC)

Dr Heba Nassar, Prof. of Economics Cairo Univ.

Social Research Center / AUC

Dr. Zeinab Khedr, Ass.Prof. Economics at Cairo Univ.


Dr Wessam El-Beih, MD MSc, HIV/AIDS officer

Ms Nivine El-Kabbag, child protection officer


Ms Mona El-Ghazali, National Program Officer

Dr Sameera Al-Tuwaijri (MD), former Regional adviser on Reproductive Health Policy, UNFPA / CST Amman, Jordan


Ms Shadia S. Attia (MA), Research & Monitoring Advisor / Project Management Specialist--Population & Health Division, USAID/ Cairo

USAID Health Communication Partnership Dr. Moshira El-Shafei, Communication Consultant

USAID Family Health International Dr. Cherif Soliman, Country Director


Dr Hala Abou-Taleb, Technical Officer, Healthy Lifestyle Promotion, Violence and Injury Prevention Previous UNAIDS officer

Egyptian Family Planning Association (EFPA)

Egyptian Family Planning Association is the counterpart of the IPPF (International Planned Parenthood Federation) Dr. Talaat Abdel Kawy, Director of EFPA

Dr Mawaheb Al-Mowalhy, freelance Previous working in Takamol project / USAID

League of Arab States

Dr. Ahmed Abdel Monem, Manager Pan Arab Project for Family Health


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Ministry of Health--Adolescent Reproductive Health policy

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    Names                      Institution

1.  Dr Claude Sekabaraga       Ministry of Health
2.  Dr Agnes Binagwaho         National AIDS Commission
3.  Dr Odette Nyiramilimo      Senator
4.  Dr Medard Rutijanwa        Member of Parliament
5.  Ms Agnes                   Pro-Femme Twese Hamwe
6.  Mr Damas Muhororo          Mayor Kayonzo District
7.  Dr Andre Koalaga           Capacity Project Rwanda
8.  Dr Anita Assiimwe          Director TRAC Rwanda
9.  Ms Elevanie Munyana        TRAC Rwanda
10. Ms Cathy Mugeni            Ministry of Health
11. Dr Jovith Ndahinyuka       Deliver Project
12. Mr Jules                   Network of Human Rights Associations
13. Ms Umulinga MF             Gender and HIV/UNDP
14. Mr Marc Deraemaker         UNFPA
15. Ms Donnah Kamashazi        UNIFEM
16. Dr Solange Hakiba          Ministry of Health
17. Dr Ferdinand Bikorimana    UNFPA
18. DCGP Mary Gahonzire        Rwanda National Police
19. Ms Jacqueline              Executive Secretary Beijing Platform
20. Director of gender         Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion
21. Two nurses                 Muhima Hospital
22. Two nurses                 Mukarange health centre
23. Dr John Muganda            Muhima Hospital
24. Dr Steven Rulisa           Muhima Hospital
25. Two teachers               Secondary school Nyagatare
26. Two teachers               Primary school Kayonza
27. Two female students        Kigali Institute of Science and
28. Two male students          Universite Libre de Kigali
29. Ms Cecile Ndoli            UNICEF
30. Murekatete Olive           Chairperson "Mothers Union" Nyakigando
31. Ms Oda Gasinzirwa          National Women Council
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