2011 Conference

Mombasa, Kenya 2011

The First Global Conference on Clinical Social Franchising took place on November 9-11, 2011 in Mombasa, Kenya. 165 people from 52 franchise programs in 35 countries, as well as representatives from 7 country governments, 8 donor agencies and a handful of NGOs and academics convened to exchange practical insights on how to integrate new services, measure performance, and improve key practices.

The event was hosted by the Global Health Group of the University of California, San Francisco. Major funding and other support was provided by the Rockefeller Foundation, Glaser Progress Foundation, Marie Stopes International, Population Services International, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, The Joffe Charitable Trust, United States Agency for International Development, and the research arm of the World Health Organization's Department of Reproductive Health and Research - HRP.

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Panel 1 - History, Context and Opportunities

Panel 2 - Managing Scale

Panel 3 - The Sustainable Impact of Social Franchising

Franchise Lightening and Contest Presentations

Trainings

Summations