DateJuly 11, 2017
Le Gouvernement du Tchad s'engage à : 1. Améliorer la qualité des services de PF à travers des formations des prestataires en technologies contraceptives pour dispenser toute la gamme de méthodes contraceptives, disponibles ; 2. intensifier et poursuivre la mise en œuvre des différentes stratégies notamment la Feuille de Route Nationale pour l’Accélération de la Reduction de la Mortalité Maternelle, Néonatale, et Infantile et sa mise en œuvre à travers :
DateJuly 11, 2017
Increase the number of women and girls using modern contraception from 1.5 million to 1.9 million by improved access to and availability of quality family planning services at all levels, expanded contraceptive method mix and increased demand. Reduce teenage pregnancy and child marriage
2012: MDG 5 Acceleration Framework, also known as the MAF Plan, includes the following strategies:
In July 2016, the Government of Ghana shared an update on progress in achieving its policy, financial and program and service delivery commitments to FP2020.
The government reports performing the following activities in support of its program and service delivery commitment:
Community based nurses are presently used to deliver family planning services in rural areas including Implant services
The government of Ghana is working involve men in family planning in the various communities.
The Government of Ghana is working to improve workforce training and options for task shifting:
Postpartum and post-abortion care services are provided in all facilities that have trained personnel.
The Government of Ghana committed to offering expanded contraceptive choices including a wider range of long acting and permanent methods. Presently the method mix includes condoms, pills, implants, IUD’s/IUS, vasectomy and bilateral tubal ligation.
The Government of Ghana committed to provide adolescent-friendly services for sexually active young people.
Ghana has 218 fully functional adolescent friendly corners and 54 were built in 2015-2016.
DateDecember 14, 2016
As a part of its commitment to FP2020, DKT will leverage its social marketing expertise using culturally relevant marketing and educational campaigns to increase the accessibility, availability, and affordability of a wide variety of modern contraceptives. Currently operating in 33 countries—17 of which are FP2020 focus countries—DKT plans on expanding its programming to an additional 11 FP2020 focus countries by 2018.
Through these activities, DKT expects to provide an incremental 10 million couple years of protection (CYPs) above and beyond what it would otherwise have provided by the end of 2020.
Financially, DKT will reinvest approximately $300 million of its own sales revenue into its social marketing programs over the next four years. DKT also will spend $20 million of its discretionary funds to achieve FP2020 goals.
DateOctober 31, 2016
Updated - October 2016: FHI 360 commits to progressing at least 5 new contraceptive methods through the development pipeline. FHI 360 also pledges to support the introduction of new and affordable IUDs into FP2020 target countries. Development and introduction of new contraceptive technologies, particularly long-acting methods, will not only help meet the goals of FP2020, but also maintain and expand those successes in the coming decades.
July 11, 2012: FHI 360 plans to continue its efforts to widen the array of safe, effective, acceptable and affordable contraceptives worldwide.
DateJuly 12, 2016
The government of Lao commits to scale up family planning services to health center and village levels to increase the access to reproductive health and information for adolescents, aiming to boost the number of women using family planning services. Key interventions planned include:
DateJuly 11, 2016
The government of Afghanistan commits to developing a family planning national costed implementation plan (2017-2020); strengthening community-level family planning services through the training of community health workers; and providing sufficient stock of contraceptives. Afghanistan also pledges to expand access to long-acting and reversible methods as well as training at least one male and one female health worker in each health facility in conducting family planning counseling and the appropriate administration of contraceptive methods. In addition, the government will strengthen community mobilization and increase advocacy about family planning among religious and community leaders, civil society, and youth as well as develop information, education, and communication and behavior change communication campaigns to address barriers to accessing family planning and reproductive health services. Afghanistan will also strengthen coordination, commitment, and collaboration between the public and private sector to improve reproductive health and family planning services, training, supplies, equipment, and commodities. In addition, the government will roll out a youth health line to five major cities to provide counseling and information to youth on reproductive health and family planning. The government will also include implants on the Ministry of Public Health’s essential medicines.
DateJuly 11, 2016
The government commits to working with UNFPA to implement Project VNM8P02, which supports the Ministry of Health to effectively implement the National Strategy on Population and Reproductive Health (2011-2020). The project's total official development assistance (ODA) budget for the Ministry of Health for the period of 2011-2016 is USD $7.3 million. The project supports implementing a comprehensive condom program; controlling condom quality; developing a population law and other legal documents on family planning; conducting surveys on the accessibility to family planning services; and administering surveys on barriers faced by ethnic minority populations in accessing family planning services. During the period of 2016-2020, UNFPA commits to continuing its support to Vietnam on family planning and sexual and reproductive health and other issues.
The government will also partner with MSI to promote procurement of and access to long-term and permanent family planning methods for women living in difficult and prioritized areas in the country, including poor and near-poor women and minority women, basing services on the principle of a client's rights to informed choice and conforming to technical criteria as well as the Ministry of Health's requirements. In addition, the program will also support marketing capacity and procurement of contraceptives and diversifying choices of long-term contraceptives, including IUDs and implants.
DateJuly 11, 2016
Education and training: The Trust commits it will provide training to more than 3,250 UK-based doctors and nurses between the beginning of 2016 and the end of 2019 and will expand its training activities to benefit at least 300 doctors and nurses in FP2020 focus countries, with training tailored to meet local capacity needs. The Trust’s training will aim to ensure that clinical service professionals provide high quality, comprehensive, rights-based voluntary family planning services based on the most up-to-date medical best practice. Course topics will include changing methods, updates on both hormonal and non-hormonal methods (including long-acting and reversible contraceptives), safe abortion, emergency contraception, HIV/STIs, female genital mutilation, and other aspects of female reproductive health.
Integrated programs: The Trust commits to design and implement at least three sexual and reproductive health and rights integrated programmes in FP2020 focus countries between the autumn 2016 and 2019. This pledge is dependent on the Trust securing the necessary financial support to implement the relevant programmes.
Issue and policy advocacy: The Trust pledges to undertake advocacy activities for health and gender organizations, policy makers, and funding partners and also for other sectors including environmental and climate change audiences, to help build a broader coalition of organizations working to ensure universal access to comprehensive and voluntary family planning services.
DateJuly 6, 2016
PSI and its partners will test new and bold ways of collaborating with young people to reimagine and redefine the way sexual, reproductive health and rights (SRHR) programs are designed, delivered, measured, and evaluated. In doing so, PSI aims to improve its collection of age-disaggregated data and share lessons learned.
PSI will work toward ensuring all sexually active young people, regardless of marital status or parity, have access to the widest available range of contraceptive options, including long-acting reversible contraceptives, and that access to services is embraced and advocated for by young people, their health providers, their families, and their communities.
PSI’s philosophy is that life is lived holistically and that SRHR can only be effectively addressed in the context of a hopeful vision of a bright future. PSI is seeking innovative entry points for adolescent- and youth-focused SRHR programs, new ways of packaging and delivering high quality services to adolescents and youth, and new models of sustainability that harness market forces.
DateJanuary 24, 2016
Jan. 24, 2016: Between 2015 and 2020, IPPF pledges to reach a further 45 million new users in the FP2020 focus countries. This means IPPF will serve a total of 60 million new users to voluntary, modern family planning between 2012 and 2020, a major contribution towards the FP2020 goal.
IPPF, as the largest sexual and reproductive health service network in the world, commits its vision, leadership, experience and expertise to contribute to the global movement making universal access to comprehensive and voluntary family planning a reality.
Between 2012 and 2014, in the 59 of the 69 FP2020 focus countries where we are operational, IPPF provided family planning services to 15 million new users in just three years.
IPPF will deliver high impact, quality, rights-based, integrated sexual and reproductive health services, including packages that address family planning, safe abortion, prenatal care, STIs/HIV, sexual and gender-based violence and cervical cancer. IPPF will optimize the number of people we can serve by increasing our operational effectiveness, expanding our provision in humanitarian emergencies and increasing national and global income. The organization will also enable the provision of services by other public and private health providers. This pledge is dependent on securing our target of additional financial resources. Learn more.
July 11, 2012: By 2020, IPPF will increase family planning services, saving the lives of 54,000 women, averting 46.4 million unintended pregnancies and preventing 12.4 million unsafe abortions. IPPF will treble the number of comprehensive and integrated sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services provided annually, including 553 million services to adolescents. IPPF will also establish technical knowledge centers to train providers of family planning services and will develop a compendium of family planning, maternal, child, SRH, and HIV linkages indicators.
IPPF will also work to improve the advocacy capacity of Member Associations in at least 40 of the 69 Summit priority countries.
IPPF shared the following update on progress in achieving its FP2020 commitments:
IPPF has committed to significantly increasing the number of family planning services—a trebling of services from 2012 to 2020. IPPF is on track to reach the FP2020 targets to enable 120 million more women and girls to use contraception by 2010. By 2020, IPPF will increase family planning services to save the lives of 54,000 women, averting 46.4 million unintended pregnancies and preventing unsafe abortion. Results from 2014 show significant progress towards achieving this ambitious target:
By 2015, we expect to double the number of comprehensive and integrated SRH services annually by:
Throughout 2014, IPPF continued to invest in and strengthen organizational systems and business processes to support a strong culture of performance, effectiveness, learning and accountability. Being part of a large Federation means that many Member Associations have the opportunity to learn from and share their expertise with others. While IPPF Regional Offices provide technical support to Member Associations in their regions, there is a growing trend to promote capacity building directly between Associations. In addition, as experts in the field of implementing sexual and reproductive health and rights programmes, Member Associations are also asked by external private and public health organizations to share their knowledge and experience.
IPPF is currently building on the work previously undertaken across the Federation to support client-centered, integrated, rights based quality family planning services within a comprehensive approach to SRH. IPPF is building a strong civil society response to strengthen national health systems. Member Associations are part of the grassroots movement in their respective countries. They play a critical role not only as service providers within the health system, but also as a significant contributor to strengthening the health system by disseminating new guidelines and technologies, building the capacity of other peers working within the health system, and advocating for supportive policies. Below are highlights from our work in 2014:
IPPF’s commitment to quality of care is demonstrated through our Quality Assurance Package which also guides Member Associations on establishing the Integrated Package of Essential Services (IPES). In 2014, quality of care was included as a key principle for Member Associations accreditation, underpinning our continual quest for quality. Evidence from our safe abortion and family planning programmes shows that satisfied clients are one of the top three sources of referral for new clients. IPPF’s Quality of Care Technical Working Group provides global technical leadership in quality of care, along with information and policy updates, sharing guidelines and best practice, training and resources.
IPPF remains committed to building the advocacy capacity of Member Associations in 40 countries to advance rights-based family planning, within a comprehensive approach to SRH. IPPF defines capacity building as development of IPPF’s core skills in order to enable the organization and individuals to address weaknesses, to bring about change and increase effectiveness. IPPF Regional Offices are the hub of capacity building activity in the Federation and provide technical assistance to Member Associations in every aspect of organizational life, depending on their needs–including advocacy capacity building. Our Regional Offices provide on the spot assistance, regional training workshops, publishing toolkits and arranging south to south technical assistance. Specific examples in 2014 include: