Marie Stopes International (MSI)

Commitment Maker Since 
2012
Can we help you find something?
Blogs
Case Studies
Data
Factsheets
Govt. Strategies, Plans, and Documents
High-Impact Practices
Infographics
Meeting Documents
Newsletters
Presentations
Publications
Q&A
Remarks
Toolkits
Videos and Webinars
Website and Portals
Advocacy & Awareness
Contraceptive Security
Financing
Innovation
Policy and Enabling Environment
Rights
Service Delivery & Quality
Young People
Commitment Maker
Country
Commitment Maker
Country

Commitments

In 2012, Marie Stopes International (MSI) committed to enabling a total of 20 million women, in the world’s poorest countries, to use contraceptives by 2020. To reach this commitment, MSI will use its range of service delivery channels to reach six million new family planning users; provide another four million existing family planning users with greater quality and choice than they currently have from their existing provider; and sustain the provision of family planning choices for the 10 million women who already used MSI services in 2011. In addition, MSI will work in partnership with governments to help identify, address, and remove policy and other barriers to access to contraceptives, information, and services. In 2015, MSI doubled its 2012 pledge to expand access to contraception to six million women and girls who have previously been unable to access it.





2012

2013

  • Brief: Meeting FP2020 commitments Read More

2014

  • Maries Stopes International FP2020 Commitment Self-... Read More

2015

  • Report: Building the case for investment in contraception Read More
  • MSI Doubles Commitment to Expand Contraception to New Users... Read More

2016

  • MSI FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2016 Read More

Engage

Engage

Subscribe to our Newsletter

#familyplanning
Dr. Dhammika @Dhammikax
46 Million new #FamilyPlanning users is no small feat. But much remains to be done. @ICFP2018 @FP2020Global japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/11/1…
RwandaHealth @RwandaHealth
Adolescents and adults need to be educated on #familyplanning and have access to it. Health providers need to be t… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
UNFPA Madagascar @UNFPAMadagascar
Excited to hear during the high level #FP2020 diner w/@MarieStopes that the progress is gradually undergoing for… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Olayinka Joseph ADEBAJO @OlayinkaAdebajo
No woman should get pregnant simply because they want to experience an abortion. #FamilyPlanning
Dr. Shakirah Saliu @DrS_Saliu
I'll be speaking at #mamalettelive2018 on Saturday, November 17, 2018. Kindly follow mamalettehq for more informati… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…