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Liberia - Financial

DateJuly 11, 2012

Per the Road Map for Accelerating the Reduction for Maternal Mortality and Morbidity in Liberia, Liberia plans to commit the following to family planning intervention costs:

  • 1st year: $893,697
  • 2nd year: $1,161,308
  • 3rd year: $1,355,104
  • 4th year: $1,556,541
  • 5th year: $1,765,743
  • Total: $6,732,393
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Liberia - Policy & Political

DateJuly 11, 2012

Liberia commits to keeping all family planning services free of charge to improve access. Family Planning is currently included in various health documents:

  • Road Map for Accelerating the Reduction of Maternal and Newborn Morbidity and Mortality in Liberia,
  • National Reproductive Health Commodity Security Strategy and Operational Plan, which identifies critical needs and specifies the interventions required to ensure continuous availability of contraceptives and vital RH medicines at all health services delivery and commodity distribution points. UNFPA and USAID are the principal partners in addressing the supply chain issues related to family plannin commodities in Liberia,
  • 10 year National Health Plan, and
  • Essential Package of Health Services, which emphasizes the uptake of family planning services through innovative strategies and by training general community health workers to conduct counseling, distribution of family planning commodities and appropriate administration of contraceptive methods.

The MOHSW will continue to advance key support systems for family planning and devise policies as needed. For example, the revised Health Information System (HIS) now integrates family planning and family planning commodities into monitoring and HIS tools at each level of the health system.

Liberia - Objective

DateJuly 11, 2012

Liberia plans to increase CPR to 16 percent by 2015, and 20 percent by 2021 (current rate is 10 percent).

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Japan - Financial

DateJuly 11, 2012

Since 2000, Japan has given more than US $570 million toward assistance in family planning and two years ago Japan announced a commitment of US $5 billion over five years. This year, Japan commits to disbursing US $36 million to UNFPA and IPPF. 

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Japan - Policy & Political

DateJuly 11, 2012

Japan has placed great importance on family planning for many years, especially in combining maternal health and family planning with community-based approaches, and has succeeded in drastically reducing the maternity mortality rate. In order to share this experience with countries in need, Japan has been providing assistance to a number of countries over the last half-century and will continue to do so. Since 2000, Japan has given more than US $570 million toward assistance in family planning and two years ago Japan announced a commitment of US $5 billion over five years. This year, Japan commits to disbursing US $36 million to UNFPA and IPPF. At TICAD 5 (Tokyo International Conference on African Development) in June 2013, Japan intends to make family planning a key agenda item. Japan recognizes the importance of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and has been working to ensure that MDG 4 (reduce child mortality) and 5 (improve maternal health) will be achieved. Furthermore, Japan is also leading the discussion, in cooperation with other countries like the UK, on post-MDGs. In support of its core values of poverty reduction and human security, Japan believes that family planning would be considered a key pillar in the post-2015 agenda.

At TICAD 5 (Tokyo International Conference on African Development) in June 2013, Japan intends to make family planning a key agenda item. Furthermore, Japan is also leading the discussion, in cooperation with other countries like the UK, on post-MDGs. In support of its core values of poverty reduction and human security, Japan believes that family planning would be considered a key pillar in the post-2015 agenda.]

Ipas - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2012

Ipas will also train new cadres of health care workers—4,000 per year—to provide a wider range of sexual and reproductive health services, including post-abortion family planning services, integrating family planning and other sexual and reproductive health services with primary care. Ipas will support research on post-abortion family planning service delivery and will advocate for improved medical service delivery protocols. Finally, Ipas will also promote increased participation of women and other stakeholders in health policy and decision making and will increase support for SRHR, including family planning and the prevention of unsafe abortion, among religious and community leaders.

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Ipas - Financial

DateJuly 11, 2012

Ipas is committing US $10 million per year towards family planning-focused work. Ipas will also work to support the availability of affordable contraceptives and other products through WomanCare Global International, a UK charity closely affiliated with Ipas.

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Ipas - Policy & Political

DateJuly 11, 2012

Ipas works with health-care systems and providers to increase their skills and capacity to deliver safe abortion services. 

Ipas will advocate for the removal of policy and regulatory barriers which limit access to family planning and increase recourse to unsafe abortion, will increase the frequency and improve the quality and effectiveness of education and behavior change programs on family planning and will integrate these efforts with other sexual and reproductive health and rights programs (SRHR).

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IntraHealth International - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2012

Updated July 11, 2016—To support the achievement of FP2020 goals, IntraHealth commits to applying its technical, programmatic, measurement, and advocacy resources and expertise to expanding equitable access to an increased number of frontline health workers. Specifically, it pledges to deliver quality family planning services and products globally and in 20 FP2020 priority countries, including by playing a leadership role in the nine Ouagadougou Partnership Francophone West African countries where IntraHealth serves as the Secretariat. IntraHealth plans to sustain and grow its family planning programs in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, Palestine, Tanzania, South Sudan, Uganda, and Zambia.

IntraHealth commits to reaching 315,000 health workers annually by 2020 with education, skills building, and supervisory, management, and policy support. The organization will build on its programs and partnerships in both the private and public sectors to ensure that health workers at the front line are prepared to be catalysts of change.

IntraHealth will also leverage the use of new and proven digital health technologies to improve health worker performance, service quality, and health outcomes and to spur innovation in how health workers are trained, incentivized, and managed, primarily through deployment of our suite of open-source human resource information systems strengthening tools and approaches, iHRIS.

IntraHealth will advocate globally, nationally, and at decentralized levels for the critical policy reforms necessary to expand access to modern contraception. IntraHealth’s focus will include:

  • Task-shifting, especially for long-acting family planning methods and Sayana Press;
  • The critical role of community health workers;
  • The importance of meeting the growing sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents; and
  • Augmenting male engagement.

IntraHealth will also prioritize estimating human resource requirements needed to achieve targets outlined in country costed implementation plans, while focusing on gender dimensions of the workforce.

The organization will provide technical assistance to governments and health systems to improve hiring, deployment, management, motivation, performance, and retention of health workers and work with national and regional professional regulatory bodies to ensure that scopes of practice, training curricula, and quality assurance systems encompass the latest available evidence on family planning methods, services, and strategies.

 

July 11, 2012—IntraHealth International commits to advocating for and expanding access to an increased number of skilled frontline health workers delivering quality family planning services in West Africa, building on its global commitment to ensuring health workers are present, ready, connected and safe. IntraHealth International commits to contributing to doubling West Africa’s regional average contraceptive prevalence rate by 2020—leveraging new and existing programs and partnerships with governments, donors, civil society and the private sector to:

  • Expand use of mobile technologies to increase health workers’ access to accurate, up-to-date information on family planning and reproductive health services;
  • Foster greater integration of family planning with HIV/AIDS services and maternal, newborn and child health care;
  • Collaborate with regional and national accrediting agencies and professional associations to ensure that pre-service and in-service training curricula include state-of-the-art information on methods, services and behavior change;
  • Encourage greater involvement and support of male partners for the successful use of contraceptive methods and family planning and reproductive health services; and
  • Support increased engagement and leadership of civil society and young people to promote healthy reproductive health behaviors, including greater social and cultural acceptability of family planning.
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IntraHealth International - Policy & Political

DateJuly 11, 2012

IntraHealth empowers health workers to better serve communities in need around the world.

IntraHealth International will advocate for increased political support and investment in family planning by government partners.

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