In 2012, the government of Denmark made a family planning commitment to contribute an additional US$13 million to family planning over eight years. In 2017, Denmark revitalized this commitment with an emphasis on addressing the gaps in family planning prioritization and enhancing sexual and reproductive rights in humanitarian crises. Denmark contributed an additional DKK91 million to the DKK345 million in funding already allocated for the fiscal year.
Denmark FP2020 Commitment
Denmark commits an additional US $13 million to family planning from 2012 to 2020.
Donor Government Assistance for Family Planning in 2013
Denmark FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2014
Denmark has met its commitment made at the London Summit and has already provided more than US$13 million over 13 million since the Summit as Denmark's contribution to UNFPA has increased by a total of DKK 107 million (approximately US$ 18,9 million) for the financial years 2012-2014 compared to the formerly planned targets.
Donor Government Assistance for Family Planning in 2014
Donor Government Assistance for Family Planning in 2015
Denmark Revitalized FP2020 Commitment
Denmark will continue to promote better coherence between humanitarian and development responses, also in addressing sexual reproductive health and rights.
Denmark Financial Commitment Update
Humanitarian crisis today are increasingly protracted and a growing number of people are displaced from their homes. Denmark will therefore continue to promote better coherence between humanitarian and development responses, also in addressing sexual reproductive health and rights.
Contraceptive supplies financing: what role for donors?
The report’s recommendations focus on: achieving an impact in advocacy for increased donor finance; increasing efficiency to stretch donor funds further; improving sustainability and helping to reduce inequities.