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Uganda - Objective

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2012:

  • To reduce unmet need to 10 percent in 2022 (current rate is 40 percent)
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DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: The UK commits to spend at least an average of £225 million on family planning every year for the next five years (a 25% increase and 2-year extension on our 2012 commitment). We want to see this money work in new ways to build a sustainable response to reproductive health needs. So supporting this investment is a package including: £30m for the World Bank’s Global Financing Facility to pilot new ways of using donor money to incentivise domestic investment; and with partners, to make a new bridging mechanism available for UNFPA Supplies so country orders can be met when they are needed; Funding, with partners, the global Visibility and Analytics Framework to improve commodity supply chains, and Supporting a new price reduction deal for Sayana Press to broaden method choice; and A new £36m programme to help civil society solve challenging problems in sexual and reproductive health and rights. We will continue to deliver evidence-based programmes to expand uptake of voluntary FP in partner countries, including but not limited to Nigeria, Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda, Pakistan, Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia.  We will continue to set our family planning work in the context of wider support for comprehensive sexual and reproductive health and rights. We commit to include provisions for the specific needs of adolescents in all our future reproductive health service delivery programming and to fast-track our pre-existing commitment to age-based data disaggregation, with an initial focus on health sector programming.The UK reiterates its commitment to consider sexual and reproductive health in all its humanitarian programming, and commits to rolling out the revised MISP and to support the humanitarian data, monitoring and accountability roadmap.

2012: The UK is committing £516 million (US $800 million) over eight years towards the London Summit on Family Planning goal of enabling an additional 120 million women and girls in the world's poorest countries to be using modern methods of family planning by 2020.

This commitment is part of the UK's broader commitment to double efforts on family planning, increasing investments from £90 million per year (average spend over 2010/11 and 2011/12) to £180 million per year over the eight years from 2012/13 to 2019/20. 

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Tanzania - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2012:Additionally, the government will execute a FP2020 Action Plan (2013-2015) to address regional disparities and inequalities through training, capacity-building, community-based services, and interventions targeting young people and post-partum women, with a particular focus on the Lake and Western Zones. Through public-private partnerships and training for service providers and local staff, the government will improve contraceptive commodity security, logistics systems, and method mix. Strategic communications will be used to address barriers to family planning use, through a country-wide campaign carried out at the national and sub-national level.

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Tanzania - Financial

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2012:The Government of Tanzania will increase its financial allocation for family planning, while strengthening partnerships to continue implementing the National Family Planning Costed Implementation Program. 

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Tanzania - Objective

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2012:Tanzania commits to doubling the number of family planning users to 4.2 million by 2015 to reach a national contraceptive prevalence rate of 60 percent.

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Nepal - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2015: The government of Nepal pledges to broaden the range of modern contraceptives available and improve method mix at different levels of the health care system. Nepal commits to engage in a range of communications and media activities to raise awareness of family planning among populations with a high unmet need for modern contraception, focusing particularly on adolescents and young people. Nepal will expand service delivery points to increase access to quality family planning information and services and facilitate family planning by strengthening delivery networks. The government pledges to support mobilizing resources from other, non-health sectors. Nepal commits to strengthening the evidence base for effective program implementation through research and innovation.

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Nepal - Financial

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2015: The government of Nepal commits to raise and invest the financial resources required to meet its policy and programmatic commitments. In particular, it pledges to increase funding for family planning programs by at least 7 percent annually from 2015 to 2020 and engage with external development partners to raise additional resources. In addition, Nepal pledges to strengthen the enabling environment for family planning by engaging in advocacy to mobilize resources from non-health sectors.

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Nepal - Policy & Political

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2015: Nepal pledges to reposition family planning to foster sustainable social and economic development and to execute the Costed Implementation Plan on FP (2015-2020) within the Nepal Health Sector Program III (2015-2020). Nepal commits to identify barriers to accessing family planning services faced by individuals and couples, including adolescents and youth, those living in rural areas, migrants and other vulnerable or marginalized groups. The government also pledges to formulate policies and strategies to address these barriers. Furthermore, Nepal commits to improving the regulatory framework to promote public-private partnerships.

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IRC - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2017

The International Rescue Committee commits to implementing programmes that enable women and girls to take control of their lives, from the earliest stages of humanitarian crisis through recovery. The IRC will employ strategies that build knowledge around reproductive options and service availability and increase access to high quality contraceptive services and decision-making power through creation of enabling environments that address cultural, social and economic barriers that prevent women and girls from making informed decisions about their fertility and reproductive health. From October 2015 to September of 2016, the IRC provided a total of 270,181 Couple Years of Protection (CYP) in 21 countries, with 82% contraception attributed to long-acting and permanent methods. The IRC commits to 25% increase on CYPs annually each year until 2020. The IRC will invest in strengthening local and national health systems to ensure sustainability of contraceptive services and provider skills. The IRC commits to increasing global, national, and local advocacy for better preparedness to respond to humanitarian emergencies with critical sexual and reproductive health services, including family planning. Finally, the IRC is also committed to elevating the profile of family planning within broader global sexual and reproductive health and rights policy frameworks and initiatives, such as the Sustainable Development Goals and the World Humanitarian Summit.

PATH - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2017

PATH seeks to improve the agency of women and girls to exercise their rights and make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health. One way we further this goal is by developing, introducing, and scaling up high-quality, woman-centered, innovative contraceptive methods, especially in places with high unmet need.   

In support of FP2020, PATH commits to expand the contraceptive method mix in 8-12 countries by 2020. We will collaborate with country governments and implementing partners to accelerate introduction and scale-up of new contraceptives as part of a broad method mix; to strengthen health systems and improve contraceptive access and choice through a range of service delivery channels that are convenient for women and girls—including community-based distribution, private retail outlets, and self-initiated options; and to help build enabling environments and sustainable markets for family planning products.

PATH also commits to improve information-sharing, exchange of experience and lessons learned, and identification of best practices on contraceptive introduction and scale-up by 2020. Specifically, we will establish a dedicated global platform to convene partners with expertise and interest in country-level introduction and scale-up of new reproductive health technologies, and facilitate the documentation and dissemination of relevant data, resources, and learning.    

PATH’s commitment will focus on 8-12 FP2020 countries and involve collaboration with partners in those countries. This commitment will involve a dynamic list of countries over the three years; illustrative examples of countries, contingent on their interest and other factors, include Burkina Faso, Myanmar, Senegal, Uganda, and Zambia.