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Our participant-driven events

We would like to thank our partners for the multitude of meetings booked this year. We have reached a record number of 42 participant-driven events.

Monday, 19 September 2022

Monday, 19 September

Full day 

08:00 – 18:00

09:00 – 18:00

13:00 – 16:00

What Works to Prevent VAWG: Research Consortium core partner meeting (Closed meeting)
Host: Global Women’s Institute (GWI) at the George Washington University
Venue: Menorca

Spotlight Initiative Secretariat Meeting (Closed meeting)
Host: Spotlight Initiative to Eliminate Violence against Women and Girls

Venue: Mallorca 2 & 3

COFEM Strategy Planning Meeting (Closed meeting)
Host: Coalition of Feminists for Social Change (COFEM)

Venue: Ibiza

Tuesday, 20 September 2022

Tuesday, 20 September
08:00 – 09:00

  Morning events

08:00 – 09:00

Wellspring Partners Meet-Up (Closed meeting)
Host: Wellspring Philanthropic Fund

Venue: Sal Restaurant

08:00 – 09:00

Mapeo de Programas con hombres agresores en América Latina. Avances y desafíos pendientes en un campo emergente

Event hosts: CulturaSalud, UNFPA LACRO and Equimundo

Venue: Mallorca 2 & 3

Se presentarán hallazgos clave de estudios de mapeo sobre intervenciones con hombres que han ejercido violencia contra la mujer en América Latina y aportar así al desarrollo de criterios de calidad para futuras intervenciones. Se compartirán lecciones, dilemas y desafíos para el futuro en este campo. Asimismo, se abordarán las tensiones en la implementación de programas con agresores, su pertinencia para avanzar en la agenda de reducción y prevención de la violencia perpetrada por hombres contra las mujeres, así como relevar los aprendizajes y la necesidad de inversión en evaluaciones de impacto.

Download the event flyer here.

08:00 – 09:00

Launch of GBV Prevention Chatbot

Event hosts: Praekelt.org and Behavioral Insights Team

Venue: Menorca

A gamified chatbot was shown to reduce past-month intimate partner violence among young women in South Africa. We invite up Forum attendees to hear about the chatbot design and test out features (ideal for Casual Users). A smaller group (Early Adopters) can stay in the conference room to demo the open-sourced package “Playbook”. This session will:

  • Introduce chatbots as a low-cost option to prevent IPV among young women
  • Demonstrate the structure of content and user journey through our how our GBV Chatbot Intervention looks and feels on Whatsapp through user testing
  • Practice setting up and launching the GBV Chatbot Intervention in a demo environment (for Early Adopters)

Tuesday, 20 September
13:00 – 14:30

  Lunchtime events

12:00 – 14:00

13:00 – 14:30

Member Meeting for the Global College Campus Violence Prevention Network (Closed meeting)
Hosts: Global College Campus Violence Prevention Network, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, UCGHI Center on Gender and Health Equity
Venue: Sal Restaurant

UN Women (Closed meeting)
Host: UN Women
Venue: Ibiza

13:00 – 14:30

Building an Asia/Pacific GBV Research Agenda

Hosts: The Asia Foundation and Asian Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW)

Venue: Mallorca 2 & 3

The Asia Foundation (TAF) and the Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW) invite you to the Building an Asia/Pacific GBV Research Agenda side-event to collectively share and discuss gender-based violence (GBV) research gaps and priorities in the region. You will hear from expert panelists working in Asia and the Pacific and have a chance to share your experiences and insights during an interactive activity.

Download the event flyer here.

13:00 – 14:30

Quality essential services for survivors

Hosts: UNFPA East and Southern Africa Regional Office, UN Women East and Southern Africa Regional Office and the South African Medical Research Council

Venue: Menorca

This lunchtime session aims to share experience on how to ensure the quality of multisectoral GBV services in East and Southern Africa. Key approaches and frameworks such as the joint United Nations Essential services packages for women and girls subjected to violence, will be discussed along with good practices examples and tools from East and Southern Africa. The lunchtime session will include two presentations followed by an interactive engagement between presenters, key stakeholders and participants. We will particularly consider practices to improve services for populations who are marginalized in discussions and policy responses and at increased risk of violence.

Tuesday, 20 September
18:00 – 21:00

  Evening events

18:00 – 19:00

Working towards ethical funding for VAW evidence and practice: a call to action

Hosts: Sexual Violence Research Initiative and the African Women’s Development Fund

Venue: Menorca

Through a participatory discussion, this session will highlight funders’ journeys towards decolonised and ethical funding. Funders, researchers and practitioners will convene to explore the principles and politics underpinning ethical funding journeys, key enablers and constraints; and the future of more equitable and ethical funding practice.

Download the event flyer here.

18:00 – 20:00

Women and girls driving solutions in Small Island Developing States/Big Ocean States: Evidence, innovation and transformative change from the VAWG and climate crisis frontlines in the Pacific and the Caribbean

Hosts: UN Women Fiji and Caribbean Multi-Country Office, Tonga Women and Children’s Crisis Centre, Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre, DIVA for Equality, the Equality Institute

Venue: Mallorca 1 & 2

Co-hosted by feminist organisations and UN Women from the Pacific and Caribbean, this side event is a call to action to spur global momentum on the advancement of research, practice and advocacy to address the dual VAWG and Climate Crises globally and especially in Small Island / Big Ocean states. The side event will engage in an interactive talanoa (discussion) to unpack what VAWG and Climate Crisis response currently looks like in the Pacific and Caribbean and to elevate this discussion by sharing evidence, innovation and transformational change. Dinner bites and refreshments will be provided.

Download the flyer here.

18:00 – 20:00

A decade of the Evaluation Fund: celebrating our partners’ contributions to building the evidence for what works to prevent violence against children (Closed meeting)
Host: The Evaluation Fund

Venue: Sante Restaurant

18:00 – 20:00

Pause & reflect: an intimate conversation at the intersections of feminist practice, collective care, and mental health

Hosts: Sexual Violence Research Initiative, Healing and Resilience after Trauma (HaRT), the GBV Prevention Network, Niyati Shah, Embodiment and Mindfulness Practitioner, and Raising Voices

Venue: Tenerife 1, 2 & 3

The importance of centering collective care is urgent and essential, particularly for our work to end violence against women and girls. The intersections of violence and mental health are painfully visible as we gain a deeper appreciation of how traumatic experiences can take root in the body and trigger long term harms. At the same time, we are learning more about the potential for collective care to support healing and resilience building–for survivors, communities affected by systemic trauma, and all of us engaged in this work. So we find ourselves at a pivotal moment, with more receptiveness and momentum for embedding care practices in our programming and research. And yet, doing so safely, impactfully and with full alignment to feminist principles is not without challenges. Join us for an intimate and honest discussion. Together we will pause and reflect on opportunities, potential challenges and practical solutions. 

18:00 – 20:00

“The good, the bad and the ugly”: challenges and opportunities of faith-engagement with GBV

Hosts: The Joint Learning Initiative (JLI) on Faith & Local Communities and Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI) Faith and GBV Hub

Venue: Mallorca 3

The Faith and GBV Hub aims to advance the evidence base and capacity for research on faith and gender-based violence. The Hub provides an opportunity for advocacy through a platform to share research findings and strengthen the capacity of those in the field of Faith and GBV. At the SVRI Forum 2022, the Faith and GBV Hub will host a discussion and networking event for researcher, practitioners and funders involved or interested in the role of faith and spiritualities in GBV prevention and response.

19:15– 20:15

Celebrating a new resource – Foundational elements for gender-based violence programming in development

Host: Collective Action to Reduce GBV (CARE-GBV)

Venue: Menorca

Join CARE-GBV, USAID, and GBV experts in celebrating this new resource! The Foundational Elements for Gender-Based Violence Programming in Development provide guidance for funders and practitioners to strengthen GBV prevention, mitigation, and response programming. This new resource was developed to support USAID’s vision of sustained commitment to GBV programming across the development landscape. The Foundational Elements can be used by all organizations looking for accessible guidance on GBV programming, including integration of GBV into sectoral programs. The guidance builds on WHO’s RESPECT Women Framework and Implementation Package, evidence from FCDO’s What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls, and guidelines for addressing GBV in humanitarian settings. The Foundational Elements include core principles, program elements (prevention, response, risk mitigation, the enabling environment, and sector-specific elements), and process elements. Importantly, they elevate an intersectional and survivor-centered approach to all aspects of programming. In this event, CARE-GBV and USAID will provide an overview of what is included in the Foundational Elements, and members of the Foundational Elements Technical Advisory Group will talk about their vision for how this tool can make a difference. Participants will be engaged in strategizing around dissemination and uptake of this new resource.

Wednesday, 21 September 2022

Wednesday, 21 September
07:30 – 09:00

  Morning events

07:30 – 09:00

Addressing Reproductive Coercion: Learnings from Adaptation and Scale-up of ARCHES across the Globe

Hosts: University of California, San Diego’s (UCSD) Center on Gender Equity and Health (GEH), the USAID-funded Agency for All project,  Mexfam, and the International Planned Parenthood Federation

Venue: Mallorca 2 & 3

This event, hosted by the University of California, San Diego’s (UCSD) Center on Gender Equity and Health (GEH), the USAID-funded Agency for All project,  Mexfam, and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), aims to reflect and collaborate on strategies to address reproductive coercion around the world, featuring lessons learned adapting and scaling one evidence-based approach to address coercion and violence, ARCHES (Addressing Reproductive Coercion in Health Settings), across multiple country contexts. Spanish interpretation will be available. Breakfast and coffee will be served.

Download the event flyer here.

Download the full English invitation here. Invitación en español aquí. 

08:00 – 09:00

What counts? Measuring progress for ‘more and better’ funding and policy to prevent GBV (Closed meeting)
Host: The Accelerator for Gender Based Violence (GBV) Prevention
Venue: Sal Restaurant

Wednesday, 21 September
13:00 – 14:30

  Lunchtime events

13:00 – 14:30

Ending GBV and achieving the SDGs’: taking stock of lessons learned from local responses to GBV

Hosts: UNU-IIGH and UNDP

Venue: Mallorca 1, 2 & 3

This event will take stock of lessons learned about effective policy and local responses to GBV using participatory models, and from adapting to deliver in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and other national-level political and environmental fluctuating contexts. It will provide a critical platform to reflect on lessons learned in relation to participatory approaches to ending GBV, multi-sectoral action and collaboration, and adapting to changes and challenges within diverse contexts. Participants will share and discuss how, and under what circumstances, strong participatory processes and local responses to planning action ensured greater reach, impact and resilience. This event will enable knowledge exchange and conversations across governments, civil society, academics, UN agencies, and other experts working in the GBV field.

Download the event flyer here and the concept note here.

13:00 – 14:30

Meaningful and inclusive youth participation as a strategy to challenge negative social norms to end violence against women and girls

Hosts: Sonke Gender Justice, Power to Youth Programme, MenEngage Youth Network

Venue: Sal Restaurant

This is an open event intended for anyone interested in exploring the utilization of a Meaningful and inclusive youth participation strategy in challenging negative social norms and practices as we strive towards gender equality. One such example is the MenEngage Africa Youth Wing. MenEngage Africa has a vibrant youth wings in-country networks which promote meaningful and inclusive youth participation. This structure allows for young people to work with gatekeepers such as traditional and religious leaders to interrogate each other’s perceptions and identify the importance of working together to challenge harmful cultural norms that perpetuate violence against women. Furthermore, the youth wing allows young people to lead in the implementation of youth-serving activities, with the understanding of the needs of young people. Through this event, young people will share how their projects recognize the importance of engaging young men as allies in the response to ending violence against women and girls.

13:00 – 14:30

13:00 – 14:30

Oak Foundation meeting (Closed meeting)
Host: Oak Foundation

Venue: Ibiza

Anchoring GBV risk mitigation within institutional structures and systems (Closed meeting)
Host: UNICEF

Venue: Menorca

Thursday, 22 September 2022

Thursday, 22 September
08:00 – 09:00

  Morning events

08:00 – 09:00

South to South equitable partnerships for program adaptation

Hosts: Womanity and Gender Equity and Health (GEH) at the University of California San Diego

Venue: Menorca

Around the world, many interventions to prevent violence against women and girls have been adapted without careful consideration of the new context and its specific social norms. Most partnerships are top down, with programs developed, tested, and funded by the Global North. Building on the experience of the Womanity Award and others, we will discuss adaptation successes and challenges, including how to foster equitable partnerships between organizations in the Global South, how to devolve power and enable circular learning. This will be an opportunity to exchange experiences and reflections to help decolonise the sector and strengthen the work on prevention of VAWG. Join us to discuss how to decolonise global efforts to prevent violence against women and girls (VAWG) equitable partnerships for program adaptation and scale up south to south partnerships.

Download the event flyer here.

08:00 – 09:30

Men and gender equality: a global status report in 15 headlines findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey

Hosts: UNFPA and Equimundo

Venue: Sal Restaurant

The objective of the event is to share findings from the IMAGES report. IMAGES is one of the most comprehensive studies ever to explore men’s practices and attitudes related to gender equality alongside women’s. In addition, this work highlights key data related to discrimination and violence against women and girls. The event intends that provide the audience with global trends, as well as a roadmap for evidence-based action with concrete research, programmatic and advocacy recommendations to infuse a stronger gender-transformative lens in work related to the gender equality agenda. 

10:30 –12:30

Intersectional feminist movement strengthening and disability inclusion: experience from Kenya, Uganda & Ethiopia drawing from AWESOME Consortium

Hosts: Womankind Worldwide, Ethiopian Women with Disabilities Association, Siqqee Women’s Development Association, Women Challenged to Challenge, Federation of Women Lawyers Kenya, National Union of Women with Disabilities Association and Forum for Women in Democracy

Venue: Menorca

The event will share analysis and key lessons learned with respect to disability centered inclusion in the context of intersectional feminist movement strengthening in VAW related advocacy interventions from Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda drawing from an ongoing 5 years Policy and Advocacy programme focusing on Gender Based Violence and Women’s leadership that centers feminist movement building in its approach.

Thursday, 22 September
13:00 – 14:30

  Lunchtime events

13:00 – 14:30

Reimagining funding streams for gender-based violence in Latin America: local solutions for a global issue (Closed meeting – opportunity to join discussion)

Host: Pan American Development Foundation (PADF)

Venue: Menorca

The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) will convene donors, researchers and activists working on the frontlines to end violence against women in Latin America. They will discuss research and funding practices that have been unintentionally harmful and concrete ideas to enhance the current funding system. This includes proposals to shift the power imbalances between donors and organizations to decolonize philanthropy.

13:00 – 14:30

The ‘invisible’ survivors: Driving evidence to support action on violence against women and girls in all their diversity

Hosts: Frontline AIDS, Global Network of Young People Living with HIV (Y+), RedLacTrans, RedTraSex

Venue: Ibiza

During this event, advocates from sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean will share how they are supporting sex workers, trans women, women living with HIV and adolescent girls and young women. Listen to research, experiences and recommendations on tackling violence, seeking justice and ensuring accountability.

13:00 – 14:30

Overcoming gender stereotypes and the burden of “believability” in access to justice for sexual violence

Hosts: Equality Now

Venue: Sal Restaurant

How do attitudes about “believability” and victim-blaming affect survivors with intersectional identities? What obstacles do we encounter in trying to shift this burden off the shoulders of survivors of sexual violence, and how can we overcome them? Can strong laws and practices overcome powerful social norms and gender stereotypes when it comes to access to justice for sexual violence? Join Equality Now for a conversation exploring the barriers to justice and improved outcomes for survivors we’ve all encountered in our work, as we connect and learn from each other about best practices and new approaches to these challenges.

13:00 – 16:00

Imperative to invest in eradicating violence against women and girls using holistic intervention models such as the Spotlight Initiative

Hosts: The Spotlight Initiative and Dalberg

Venue: Mallorca 1, 2 & 3

The Imperative to Invest report, authored by Dalberg, brings evidence together for the first time to showcase the wide potential of investing in eliminating violence against women and girls. This report, comprising of future estimations for a comprehensive model like the Spotlight Initiative, sheds light on the multitudes and magnitudes of impacts that addressing violence against women and girls could have on the lives of billions of people and on advancing nearly all the Sustainable Development Goals. During this 90-minute engagement, authors will introduce the study, present its findings, and host a panel discussion and audience interaction on the implications of this work. Refreshments will be served.

Download the event flyer here.

Thursday, 22 September
18:00 – 21:00

  Evening events

18:00 – 20:00

Child marriage, gender equality and masculinity: recent evidence and resources

Hosts: UNFPA, GreeneWorks and Equimundo

Venue: Lanzarote 1 & 2

Join UNFPA, GreeneWorks and Equimundo (formerly Promundo-US) for an event on child marriage. They will discuss their recent report, Boyhood and Child, and Early Forced Marriages and Unions: An Evidence Review, and share the recent Journal of Adolescent Health supplement Shared Roots, Different Branches. The authors will be present to discuss the report’s findings, which makes the case for engaging boys, providing concrete guidance on best practices, and references existing tools for promoting gender equality and preventing child marriage. The event is for researchers, practitioners and advocates who work at the intersection of gender equality, masculinity and child marriage prevention and response.

18:00 – 20:00

Multi-sectoral partnerships for addressing violence against women: what works, what doesn’t and why

Hosts: Jhpiego, Violence Prevention Forum, Institute for Security Studies

Venue: Tenerife

Preventing violence against women (VAW) requires support and collaboration across various sectors, from civil society to local and national governments and from justice and law enforcement, to health and socio-economic services. Working across sectors is challenging. Objectives and values do not always align. Logistical challenges related to funding, timelines, reporting requirements are cumbersome. Approaches to working come from different schools of thought. Yet the vision of working together for world free of violence against women makes collaboration an imperative. If we want to move from small-scale pilot efforts to taking what works to preventing VAW on a large scale, institutions across sectors in both the public, private and civil society spheres must engage, share a vision and understand how to work together. This event will be a participatory dialogue for all participants to share their perceptions and experiences related to multi-sectoral partnerships for addressing violence against women. Representatives from government and civil society actors in South Africa in Nigeria working together to build national responses to VAW will share their insights on what works, what doesn’t and why. The organizers will facilitate dialogue using guiding questions to help generate solution-oriented thinking, and identify the factors that stand in the way of collaboration. These will be written up in a best practice note that can be used to inform the field. This event will serve dinner.

Download the event flyer here.

18:00 – 20:00

Transforming MEN’talities

Hosts: UNESCO with Equimundo, MenEngage Alliance, SVRI and White Ribbon 

Venue: Greco

Co-organised by UNESCO and the expert partners of the Transforming MEN’talities Initiative, namely Equimundo: Center for Masculinities and Social Justice, the MenEngage Alliance, the Sexual Violence Research Initiative and White Ribbon, this side-event will gather participants of the SVRI Forum 2022 to discuss recent work achieved and literature on men and norms of masculinities, current research gaps, promising practices and remaining challenges to engage men and boys for gender equality alongside women, girls and people of gender diverse identities. 

Download the flyer here.

18:30 – 20:00

Making all spaces safe: safe technology for GBV response

Hosts: UNFPA

Venue: Picasso

Given the ever-increasing role of technology in GBV interventions, including response and prevention activities as well as data collection, this event seeks to provide the space for the sharing of experience, learnings, research, best practices and tools to maintain safety by design in the development of technologies to address GBV. The opportunity will also be used to launch the UNFPA Guidance on the Use of Technology to Address Gender-based Violence and Harmful Practices. In addition to providing this platform for the sharing of research and information on best practices and tools for safe and ethical use of technology to provide GBV services, the event will also speak to the role of GBV providers in ensuring, protecting and advocating for safety by design in technology products.

Download the concept note here.

19:00 – 21:00

GWI 10-Year Anniversary Celebration

Host: The Global Women’s Institute at George Washington University

Venue: Goya

In November of this year, GWI will turn 10 years old! To celebrate this milestone we want to gather partners, friends, and fellow researchers to discuss the future of GWI. We also want to have a designated time to present some awards aimed at recognizing female human rights defenders. Generally, it will be a cocktail hour with about 25 minutes of presentation(s).

Friday, 23 September 2022

Friday, 23 September
08:00 – 12:00

 Morning events

08:00 – 09:30

From intention to action: Conceptualizing agency in violence prevention and response 

Host: Agency for All 

Venue: Mallorca 2 & 3 

Join the Agency for All Consortium to explore the concept of agency within violence prevention and response programming in different settings worldwide.

Download the event flyer here.

09:00 – 10:15

Strengthening violence against women data collection, reporting, analysis and use. The UN Women-WHO Joint Programme.

Hosts: World Health Organization (WHO) Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health & UN Women – Ending VAW Section

Venue: Greco

This panel will introduce participants to and share the work, key findings, products and proposed next steps of the UN Women-WHO Joint programme on strengthening collection, reporting, analysis and use of violence against women data. It will showcase the main results, with a focus on the 2018 VAW estimates, Global Database on the Prevalence of Violence against Women and related data visualization platform, the guidance on collection and use of administrative data, as well as tools and ongoing and emerging areas of work to strengthen the measurement of different aspects of violence against women (e.g.. safety and ethical guidelines, violence against older women, psychological partner violence, , understanding violence against women and girls in digital contexts) and research capacity development strategies for the East and Southern Africa and Arab States regions.

09:00 – 12:00

Accountability dialogue on working with men/boys in gender justice: From the elephant in the room to accomplices for a common cause

Hosts: Global Women’s Institute/GWU, MenEngage Alliance, Red Cómplices por la Igualdad, SVRI

Venue: Menorca

The session aims to provide a space for SVRI participants to engage in a facilitated critical discussion about the field of ‘transforming masculinities and engaging boys and men for gender equality’. MenEngage Alliance will report back on progress and challenges since the last accountability dialogue at SVRI, including the Alliance’s new Accountability Framework, and seek feedback to improve its implementation plan in a meaningful way. The session will be a space to have difficult and transformative conversations between those working primarily with men and masculinities and those working with women, girls and nonbinary people. The session seeks to explore collaborations and networking on strengthening accountable practices around the work to transform masculinities and engage boys and men.

Download the flyer in English here and in Spanish here.

09:00 – 18:00

Foro: Críticas y propuestas para la prevención de la violencia contra las mujeres en México: ¿Por qué no hay claridad en la forma en que deben ser atendidas y protegidas las mujeres cuando son violentadas? (Closed meeting)
Host: Centro Las Libres de Información en Salud Sexual

Venue: Lanzarote 1, 2

10:00 – 12:00

Community-driven gender transformative program as an approach to creating lasting and sustainable change in health and gender outcomes

Hosts: Sonke Gender Justice and Power to Youth Program

Venue: Picasso

Sonke and her partners seek to meaningfully engage young people by creating a unique opportunity to connect and support the Global End FGM Campaign and the international SRHR youth movement. The event offers an informal space for young people to discuss, reflect and debate about their SRHR and promote gender-transformative change that empowers young people by shifting the discriminatory structures and norms that perpetuate harmful practices such as FGM.

10:30 – 12:00

Launch of the Global Research Agenda on the Intersections of VAC/VAW

Hosts: UNICEF, World Health Organization and Sexual Violence Research Initiative

Venue: Tenerife

As global evidence and interest in the intersections between violence against children (VAC) and violence against women (VAW) continue to  row, researchers and practitioners from the VAC and VAW fields are seeking ways to better collaborate and thus ensure the best outcomes for victims / survivors of both types of violence. This event will feature the launch of the global research agenda on the intersections of VAC/VAW. Space is limited.

11:00 – 12:30

From theory to practice in the implementation of GBV prevention programs in Latin America

Host: The World Bank Group

Venue: Mallorca 1, 2 & 3

The event seeks to share progress, knowledge, and challenges faced on the implementation of GBV prevention and response initiatives. Lessons learned and practical recommendations for design and implementation processes will be shared. Through these conversations with government and civil society stakeholders, the event aims to join efforts to help close the existing gap between technical and theoretical rigor and what is feasible to adapt in a diversity of contexts, above all prioritizing people’s well-being, especially those in situations of vulnerability.

Language: Spanish with translation to English online.

See the event flyer in English and Spanish.

Friday, 23 September
14:00 – 18:00

Afternoon events

14:00 – 18:00

GBV Funder Forum: promoting collective action to end gender-based violence through learning and sharing (Closed event)
Hosts: United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Wellspring Philanthropic Fund
Venue: Tenerife 

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