In 2012, FHI 360 committed US$1 million to develop and introduce new contraceptive technologies for women and girls in the developing world through 2020. These technologies will provide additional high-quality, low-cost family planning options and expand contraceptive choice for women and girls. FHI 360 also committed to expanding the evidence base for safe and effective family planning and translate high-quality evidence into policy and practice. FHI 360 plans continue efforts to widen the array of safe, effective, acceptable, and affordable contraceptives worldwide.
FHI 360 FP2020 Commitment
FHI 360 commits to allocating US $1 million of their resources through 2020 in support of the development and introduction of new contraceptive technologies that will provide women in the developing world with additional high-quality, low-cost family planning options to fill gaps and expand choice for women and girls.
FHI 360's Announcement at the London Summit on Family Planning
Marjorie Newman-Williams, FHI 360's Chief Operating Officer, announces her organization's commitment to family planning at the London Summit on Family Planning on July 11, 2012.
FHI 360 develops service delivery tools for family planning providers
FHI 360 has developed and published service delivery tools and job aids for health care providers — practical materials to use when serving clients in clinical or community-based settings. The tools reflect the latest international recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO).