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Date: 09/29/2014
Source: Marie Stopes International
Type: Updates
Marie Stopes International (MSI) has provided the following updates on their FP2020 commitment. Policy & Political   Currently, there are 11.6 million women in the 69 poorest countries of the world using contraceptive provided by Marie Stopes International.  (There are actually 15.6 million users globally, but the 11.6 million reflects LAPM use in the FP2020 countries specifically). In the...
Date: 09/29/2014
Source: FHI360
Type: Updates
Political & Policy   With support from USAID, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and other donors, FHI 360 is implementing a wide variety of projects to expand the evidence base for safe and effective family planning and translating high-quality evidence into policy and practice. For instance, a new award from the Saving Lives at Birth program will seek to synchronize immunization...
Date: 09/29/2014
Source: IPPF
Type: Updates
Following advocacy by the Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM), the government delivered on its promise to include contraceptives in the national budget. FPAM worked with parliamentarians, traditional and religious leaders, and other non-governmental organizations to build their understanding of the effects of high fertility rates and the need for contraceptive security in the country....
Date: 09/19/2014
Source: Government of Norway
Type: Updates
Official Financial Commitment Update Funding disbursed against the London Family Planning Summit commitment amount to US$25 million; US$13 million were channeled through UNFPA and further amounts were channeled through MSI and PSI to scale up access to contraceptive implants (US$5 million). Norway projects that disbursements against commitments in 2014 will amount to at least US $331 million of...
Date: 09/19/2014
Source: Government of Nigeria
Type: Updates
Program & Service Delivery   Nigeria commits to train at least 3,700 community health workers (CHWs) to deliver the range of contraceptives, particularly long-acting and reversible methods (LARMs) and support task shifting so CHWs in rural areas can provide multiple methods. Nigeria plans to focus on education, especially education of girls, and build on the impact of market interventions....
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