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.]
DateJuly 11, 2012
2017 Update: Read the commitment here.
Indonesia will include post-partum family planning services as part of its national childbirth insurance scheme. The country will broaden access and choice, especially in poorer regions, by strengthening public and private clinic services and provision of long-acting and permanent methods of family planning. Indonesia will improve 23,500 FP clinics between 2006 and 2014, and increase mobile family services in remote areas.
In July 2016, the Government of Indonesia 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:
In line with these efforts, the central government also continues to provide funding assistance to the local governments through the Special Allocation Funds (DAK). The assistance is provided to the low-to-medium fiscal capacity local governments to cover expenses for infrastructures; procurement of vehicles and; materials for IECs; and medical supplies that will support better access to family planning services and family planning information. Total allocation of DAK Fund is Rp. 603,3 billion for 508 districts/ municipalities in year 2016.
In addition, starting in 2016 the central government also provides additional allocation for Family Planning Operational Funds (Bantuan Operasional Keluarga Berencana/BOKB) to support distribution cost of contraceptives and drugs from warehouses at district level to health facilities/FP clinics. Total allocation of BOKB Fund for year 2016 is Rp. 215,6 billion.
In order to integrate these efforts, in year 2016, BKKBN in collaboration with UNFPA Indonesia will develop policy advice to readjust/strengthen Supply Chain Management (SCM) to be in line with UHC (JKN) Scheme implementation and be integrated with Family Planning Operational Funds (Bantuan Operasional Keluarga Berencana/BOKB) and Special Allocation Funds (DAK) at district level particularly at Kampung KB locations.
DateJuly 11, 2012
India commits to continuing to implement mother and child web-enabled tracking system to monitor timely delivery of full complement of services to pregnant women and children. More than 40 million pregnant women and children are already registered. The country will provide post-partum IUCD services and placing dedicated FP counselors in public health facilities with heavy caseloads of deliveries. It will distribute contraceptives at the community level through 860,000 community health workers and 150,000 rural health sub-centers and will train 200,000 health workers to provide IUDs.
Please see the full the full commitment update from the government of India here.