Family Planning in Humanitarian Settings: A Strategic Planning Guide Webinar
June 4, 2020
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- Beth Schlachter, FP2020, Moderator
- Elisabeth Sidabutar & Riznawaty Batubara, UNFPA Indonesia
- Lily Jacobi, Women’s Refugee Commission
- Jameel Zamir, IPPF, ESEAOR
Beth Schlachter, FP2020, Moderator
As Executive Director of FP2020, Beth Schlachter works to monitor and report on global and country progress in meeting FP2020 goals. Beth joined FP2020 in 2014 with more than 15 years of experience as a career foreign affairs officer working for the U.S. government in multilateral and bilateral contexts. Beth served most recently as the Senior Population Policy Advisor in the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) at the U.S. Department of State. As a Foreign Service Officer, Beth also served as PRM’s Public Affairs Officer focusing largely on refugee issues, as a consular officer based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and a regional human resources officer in Kampala, Uganda. She began her career as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guinea. Beth has a Master of Arts degree from Boston University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California at Irvine.
Elisabeth Adelina Sidabutar, UNFPA Indonesia
Ms. Elisabeth is the Humanitarian Programme Analyst in UNFPA Indonesia Country Office. She had been working with UNFPA for 17 years, and I had 7 years’ experiences worked in disaster and conflict situations as Emergency Officer in INGOs, currently She has responsibility to lead humanitarian preparedness, response and recovery
programme in UNFPA Indonesia. Some opportunities on a detail assignment supported the Papua Nuigini earthquake response as Humanitarian Coordinator; supported the Asia Pacific Regional Office as Humanitarian Project Coordinator for the Regional Prepositioned Initiatives in September ‐ December 2019. Extensive experience in
programme and result based management, with more than 5 years as focal point for Programme Management Unit in UNFPA Indonesia Country Office. She has master degree on Management Development Studies, graduated from University of Torino, Italy. Her previous working experience includes World Vision International Indonesia and Catholic Relief Services Indonesia.
Riznawaty Batubara, UNFPA Indonesia
Riznawaty Imma Aryanty is the reproductive health programme specialist of UNFPA Indonesia. She has more than 20 years of professional working experience in researches, programme development, and monitoring and evaluation in the area of maternal health, reproductive heath, and community development. She has a bachelor and a master of science degree on public health and community nutrition from the University of Indonesia. She completed a PhD degree from the Australian National University in 2013 with a thesis titled “Hospitalized Abortion in Yogyakarta: Characteristics and Implications”. Riznawaty has participated in various collaborative researchers between Faculty of Public Health University of Indonesia and the Guttmacher Institute, as well as development of technocratic papers for the National Planning Agency of Indonesia. Her previous working experience includes World Health Organization Indonesia, Swisscontact and IPAS Indonesia.
Lily Jacobi, Women’s Refugee Commission
Lily Jacobi is a program manager with the Women’s Refugee Commission’s Sexual and Reproductive Health program, and a member of WRC’s research unit. Prior to joining WRC, Lily worked with programs in St. Louis and Chicago providing services to survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence. Lily received her master’s degree in human rights studies from Columbia University and her bachelor’s degree in anthropology and women, gender, and sexuality studies from Washington University in St. Louis.
Jameel Zamir, IPPF, ESEAOR
Dr. Jameel Zamir is the Director of Programmes for the International Planned Parenthood Federation, East South East Asia and Oceania Region (ESEAOR), Malaysia. He has over two decades of experience in Family Planning and Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights in development and humanitarian settings in Asian countries. Dr Zamir is a member of IPPF Taskforce for COVID‐19. He represents IPPF in the MenEngage Alliance Global Board. Dr. Zamir has a Ph.D. and a masters’ degree in Population Studies from the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai.