Over the past eight years, governments, civil society, multilateral organizations, donors, the private sector and the research community, have come together around an ambitious goal: to enable 120 million additional women and girls to use modern contraception by 2020. Working together in partnership, much has been achieved, but more remains to be done.
As 2020 rapidly approaches, the global family planning community is creating a shared vision for 2030 that builds on progress achieved to date and positions us to achieve the future women and girls around the world are asking for. Through a global consultation, stakeholders from across the globe and a wide range of organizations have provided their input on the future of family planning through an online survey, interviews, and working sessions. The collective feedback has formed the basis of an emerging vision, guiding principles, and focus areas, first shared at Women Deliver. The development of the shared vision is ongoing, and we are asking the global family planning community to continue to share reflections and ideas for the future here. The voice of the community will inform the refinement of the vision for 2030 over the coming months, with a formal launch of the shared vision expected around November 2019.
Emerging Vision, Principles & Potential Focus Areas
Family Planning 2030: Working together for a future where women and adolescent girls everywhere have the freedom to make their own informed decisions about using modern contraception and having children, lead healthy lives, and participate as equals in society and its development.
- Voluntary, client-centered, rights-based approach
- Focus on serving, engaging, and counting youth and adolescents
- Country-led global partnership informed by data and evidence
Potential Focus Areas
Input from the global family planning community will continue to inform the emerging vision and potential focus areas as they are refined.
Data from the Global Stakeholder Consultation
We Welcome Your Feedback
We want to hear your thoughts on the emerging vision, guiding principles, and potential focus areas.What resonates with you? Do you have any feedback to share? Your comments will be considered as we continue to develop this shared vision and may be featured on our webpage and other related materials. Please share your reflections and feedback here.