In 2012, the Guttmacher Institute committed to employing evidence-based advocacy at the U.S., global, and country levels to increase access to the broad sexual and reproductive health services, including family planning, and to protect reproductive rights. The Guttmacher pledged to inform the work of donors, civil society groups, and other stakeholders by providing evidence and evidence-based messaging in support of the FP2020 goals. In addition, the institute will help develop and implement a monitoring framework as well as evidence-based messaging and data.
Guttmacher Institute FP2020 Commitment
The Guttmacher Institute commits to updating and publishing 2012 estimates of the number of women in all developing countries in need of family planning, the costs of providing services to current users and of providing high-quality services to all women in need and the benefits of meeting the contraceptive needs of current and potential future users (complete).
Policy Review: Onward to 2030
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Context of the Sustainable Development Goals
Guttmacher Institute FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2015
Guttmacher Institute has engaged in the following activities in support of its commitment to FP2020.
Guttmacher Institute FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2016
Report - Adding it up: Costs and Benefits of Meeting the Contraceptive Needs of Adolescents
Preventing unintended pregnancy is essential to improving sexual and reproductive health and social and economic well-being among adolescent women, yet a new report finds that many who want to avoid pregnancy are not receiving the services they need to protect their health and delay childbearing.