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In 2012, Population Action International (PAI) made a commitment to advocate for expanded access to voluntary, high-quality family planning and reproductive health services and supplies. PAI will support policy engagement and capacity transfer among Southern civil society organizations; conduct policy-relevant research to support evidence-based advocacy; mobilize financial resources and create the policy environment necessary to expand access; and promote accountability at the global, regional and national levels to meet the demand for contraception.





2012

2013

  • Video: Delivering on the Right to Contraception in Latin... Read More

2014

  • Media Toolkit: The Reproductive Health of Married Girls Read More

2016

  • PAI FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2016 Read More

Key Documents

PAI FP2020 Commitment Self-Reporting Questionnaire 2016
Towards A Common Framework for Measuring Government Spending...
Media Toolkit: The Reproductive Health of Married Girls
London Summit Commitments 2012

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