Women Deliver +SocialGood


Taking place on the eve of Women Deliver 2013, a global conference convening thousands of experts to discuss the health and well-being of girls and women, Women Deliver+SocialGood explores how technology and new media can make a difference.

Tune in to the livestream at 7:30 PM MYT/7:30 AM EDT.

Speakers include:

  • Esther Agbarakwe, Digital Story Teller, Climate Change and Reproductive Health Activist, Nigeria
  • Ahmad Awadalla,, Youth Leader, Y-PEER Network
  • Neelam Bhardwaj, ,Health & Nutrition Specialist, UNICEF Uganda
  • Kathy Calvin, ,President and Chief Executive Officer, United Nations Foundation
  • Ibtisam Kassim, ,Programme Officer, World Assembly of Youth (WAY)
  • Fungai Machirori, ,Founder and Managing Editor, Her Zimbabwe
  • Judy Manning, ,Office of Population and Reproductive Health, USAID
  • Humprhey Nabimanya, ,Team Leader/Founder, Reach a Hand Uganda
  • Helena Nangombe, ,Advocates for Youth
  • Mary Ndandi, ,Global Give Back Circle
  • Diah S. Saminarsih, ,Assistant President's Special Envoy on MDGs, Office of President's Special Envoy on MDGs, Republic of Indonesia
  • Jill Sheffield, ,President, Women Deliver
  • Laura Stachel, ,Co-Founder and Executive Director, WE CARE Solar
  • Deborah Van Dyke, ,Director, Global Health Media Project


Each year, the social good community and world leaders come together during United Nations Week for the Social Good Summit—a unique, three-day conference that has changed the way people talk about global issues, social impact, and collaboration. +SocialGood has been inspired by the hundreds of thousands of people who interact with this event each year.

+SocialGood unites a global community of innovators around a shared vision: The power of technology and new media to make the world a better place. The +SocialGood engagement platform provides a space for a truly global conversation to take shape—a place where connectors can collaborate, share best practices, influence local and global agendas, and find new ways to translate their vision into action.

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