11 March 04:00 PM
The Donor Tracker team invites you to the third and final installment in their series of gender equality webinars, this time with a focus on funding for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).
Adam Wexler of the Kaiser Family Foundation joins the Donor Tracker’s Kalila Jaeger and Zoe Johnson for a deep dive into the world of donor finance for SRHR.
Kalila Jaeger: Associate Consultant @SEEK Development
Kalila Jaeger is an Associate Consultant at SEEK Development. Kalila has longstanding expertise in policy analysis with a focus on SRHR and migrant health.
At SEEK Development she is a core member of the Donor Tracker Project team and the author of multiple thematic papers on donors’ financing for gender equality.
She holds a Master of International relations from Furtwangen Universität in Germany and a Bachelor’s in sociology and human rights from Columbia University in the United States.
Adam Wexler: Associate Director, Global Health & HIV Policy @Kaiser Family Foundation
Adam Wexler is an Associate Director of Global Health & HIV Policy with the Global Health team at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, where he focuses on analyzing the U.S. global health budget, international donor assistance for health, U.S. bilateral health agreements, and implications of foreign aid reform on U.S. global health efforts.
Prior to joining KFF, Adam worked as a policy analyst for the City of San Diego. Adam holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Gettysburg College and a Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University.
Zoe Johnson is the Donor Tracker Policy and Editorial Lead at SEEK Development.
In her work, she analyses and writes about key trends in development finance, bringing together her background in international development research, sectoral expertise on gender equality and food systems, and editorial experience in academic publishing.
Zoe is a graduate of the MPhil in Development Studies at the University of Oxford and holds a BSc in Global Resource Systems from the University of British Columbia.
Drawing on the findings of the Donor Tracker’s latest report on funding for SRHR and the work of KFF tracking donor funding for Family Planning and for HIV, the webinar will address:
- How much official development assistance (ODA) do donors spend on SRHR and how have funding and policy commitments made to this sector changed over time?
- Which areas of SRHR receive the most funding and which donor countries are championing which aspects of SRHR in their ODA funding and policy?
- What funding and policy trends should advocates watch for in this sector in the years ahead?
For the answers to these questions and the chance to ask your own, register now to participate in the webinar.