To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe: Saving Women and Girls
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Welcome to this special interactive screening of Saving Women and Girls, a PBS To the Contrary special on the importance of meeting the unmet reproductive health needs of women around the world.
As you view this film To the Contrary Host Bonnie Erbe, Women Deliver's Jill Sheffield, Pathfinder's Purnima Mane, Sarah Haddock of the World Bank and many other experts on women and empowerment will be here to answer your questions and respond to your comments. The discussion will continue even after the video ends - so stay with us.
We hope you enjoy this presentation and want to hear from you.
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Women Deliver Welcome
Saving Women and Girls
Efforts to save the lives of women and children by increasing access to maternal and child care. A special documentary. Executive producer Cari Stein reports. Interviews with Melinda Gates, Co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Global Health Corps CEO Barbara Bush, Population Services International Global Ambassador Mandy Moore, and many more women on their work.
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Duration: 31min 19sec
- Cari Stein
Executive Producer, To the Contrary
- Jill Sheffield
- Bonnie Erbe
Host and creator of the PBS all women's news analysis program To the Contrary. Bonnie Erbé has covered national politics for decades.
- Purnima Mane
President and CEO, Pathfinder International
- Sarah Haddock
Knowledge Management Officer, The World Bank
- Tia Jeewa
Media Officer, International Planned Parenthood Federation
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