In 2012, Interact Worldwide committed to raising US$1.5 million by the end of 2013. The organization pledged to advocate for the removal of policy, financial, and regulatory barriers which limit access to family planning, partly through global and national work on universal health coverage. In addition, Interact Worldwide committed to implementing targeted campaigns to improve the quality and effectiveness of family planning programs for excluded adolescents. This will include training programs for service providers in youth friendly services, as well as the recruitment and training of peer educators for adolescents and for older men and women in communities. Finally, Interact Worldwide pledged to integrate the views of marginalized women and girls through extensive consultation during the design and evaluation of programs.