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DateJuly 11, 2017

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2012:Cote d'Ivoire commits to increasing resources allocated to family planning, including contraceptive commodities.

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DateJuly 11, 2017

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2012:Cote d'Ivoire's objective is to increase family planning availability through health facilities from 60 percent in 2010 to 100 percent in 2015.

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DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: CIFF’s strategic plan from 2017 to 2021 commits us to working with others to shape an AIDS-free generation where every adolescent can realise their sexual and reproductive rights with access to the information and services they need. Since January 2017 we have more than doubled our funding for sexual and reproductive health with new investments totalling $72 million. Our work is focused on putting adolescents at the centre of the design of SRH programmes; increasing choice with different types of contraception that respond to teenagers’ preferences, especially user-controlled choices; digital innovations to better connect young people with more accountable services; and amplifying youth voices within debates on the issues that affect them most.

Looking to the future, CIFF investments will be more targeted, bolstering what works best, reducing unit costs and tackling taboos head on. Specifically: (1) We will build a community of practice on human-centred design to inject urgency into changing the way adolescent SRH programmes and sex education is delivered; (2) We will strengthen country leadership and capacity to deliver on their commitments to adolescents, through country-driven technical assistance and results-based financing, within our broader investments; (3) We will be an exemplar for integration, maximising ways to layer user-controlled contraception, HIV prevention and safe abortion or post-abortion care; (4) We will continue to invest in measurement, capturing age and sex-disaggregated data across our SRH programmes; (5) Above all, we will be a better ally to young people, maximising youth leadership, youth-led accountability and participation in decision-making processes including within our own organisation.

2012: The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) enthusiastically supports the goals set by the London Summit on Family Planning as integral to the broader program of support to the UN Secretary General’s Every Women Every Child initiative. In conjunction with the global family planning initiative, CIFF will pursue landscaping and develop an action plan in the area of reproductive health with the intention of contributing strategically, tangibly, and at scale to further the aims of Family Planning 2020. The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation provides both funding and human resources to ensure greater accessibility of long-acting and reversible methods of contraception and will continue its work to enable women and governments to acquire these products at affordable prices.

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Spark Minda - Financial

DateJuly 11, 2017

Spark Minda, a major Indian automobile component manufacturer, has allocated 402,500 Indian rupees (US $6,198) for family planning and 700,000 rupees ($10,780) for menstrual hygiene per year till 2020 from CSR Budget for conducting sensitization workshops on family planning and reproductive health and menstrual hygiene services. The workshops will engage 1,000 people (500 women and 500 men) per year until 2020, reaching 3000 people from the communities surrounding the corporation’s manufacturing units and vocational training centers in the states of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand, and Uttar Pradesh. Sensitization workshops inform participants about family planning method choices, their effectiveness, and the myths and misconceptions related to each method. Participants will also learn about the nearest public health facilities offering family planning services.

Senegal - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2012:Senegal has plans to generate demand for family planning, especially through mass media communication and community mobilization, with targeted messages for women and to increase involvement of men and young people, and to leverage networks of religious leaders and national and local champions to advocate for family planning.

Senegal will improve the supply chain and reduce stock outs to zero especially through the Informed Push Model; improve forecasting and quantification of needs with the Reality Check model; Expand service points (e.g., mobile outreach, social marketing, and franchising models) and remove barriers ((e.g. prescription requirements, stock-outs) to increase access for remote and vulnerable populations; Improve choice of methods and the quality of service, especially for youth, through recruitment, training, and supervision of qualified personnel; Introduce innovative approaches to family planning, such as the acceptability study of Depo subQ, a new self-injectable contraceptive; Scale up community based services through task shifting; and integrate family planning services with other programs such as immunization and HIV. 

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Senegal - Financial

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2012:Senegal commits to increasing the yearly budget allocation to reproductive health from 2.5 percent to 5 percent; increasing budget allocation for contraceptive commodities by 200 percent; and increasing the budget for management of the family planning program by 100 percent. In addition, Senegal has plans to mobilize increased donor and private sector financing for family planning and to put in place coordination mechanisms to improve engagement with donors and for optimized fund allocation.

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Senegal - Policy & Political

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2012:Senegal launched a national plan for family planning in November 2012. Within the Ministry of Health, Senegal plans to make Reproductive Health Division a Directorate and create a Family Planning Division. Senegal will allocate additional financial and human resources to the Reproductive Health Division to ensure the execution and monitoring of the national plan; ensure accountability at highest level and regular monitoring of the national plan and its performance indicators; introduce an advocacy program to increase financing; and improve the regulatory framework to reinforce the private sector, and strengthen the public sector.

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Senegal - Objective

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2012:Senegal strives to achieve a CPR of 27 percent by 2015, (an increase of 15 percent, representing 350,000 additional married women). Senegal plans to reduce unmet need to 15 percent by 2015 (currently 30 percent), and ensure women have equal access to high quality and affordable maternal newborn and child health services, including family planning.

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Burkina Faso - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2012:Burkina Faso will define and develop strategies for engaging men; will support innovation by studying a pilot introduction of Depo-subQ in Uniject; will establish regular and active monitoring of the availability of contraceptive commodities at all levels; and will rigorously measure and evaluate the national action plan implementation to ensure targets are met. It will also seek to boost partnerships with the private sector and civil society organizations for service provision.

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Comic Relief - Financial

DateJuly 11, 2017

Comic Relief, the UK charity which aims to create a just world, free from poverty, will make a $6 million grant, in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, to The Challenge Initiative (TCI). This funding will support TCI’s urban reproductive health work in sub-Saharan Africa. Voluntary family planning saves lives, empowers women to take charge of their bodies and plan their futures, and is one of the most cost effective ways to break the cycle of poverty – for families, communities, and for entire nations. Supporting and investing in TCI represents a pivotal opportunity to make a systemic and transformative impact on reproductive health for underserved urban poor communities, whilst also putting communities at the heart of leading positive change.