William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
In 2012, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation committed to maintaining the current level of annual funding (US$22 million) to international family planning and reproductive health, including extending approximately US$13 million in grants for a combination of direct service provision and advocacy specifically related to family planning. The Hewlett Foundation also made a commitment to intensify engagement in the Ouagadougou Partnership and its focus on accelerating access to family planning services in Francophone West Africa with the Gates Foundation, USAID, and the French Government.
Hewlett Foundation FP2020 Commitment
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation commits to continue providing financial support to international family planning and reproductive health indefinitely.
International Women's Reproductive Health Strategy
The Foundation is building on this experience by updating the strategy of the Global Development and Population Program’s international women’s reproductive health sub-component.
Hewlett Foundation FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2016
In July 2016, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation shared an update on progress in achieving its Family Planning 2020 commitment.
Hewlett Foundation Grants Additional Funds to Advance Family Planning
AFP received a $750,000 grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to sustain its advocacy initiative. The grant will strengthen AFP's advocacy efforts to make quality, voluntary family planning easier to access for women and girls around the world.