DateJuly 11, 2017
2017 Update: The Commission provides 20m EUR to UNFPA Supplies in 2017-2018, building up on its previous commitments (32.6 million EUR committed at the first Family Planning Summit). There is more to come. Sexual and reproductive health and rights are an integral part of commitments to Gender equality as also reflected in our Gender Action Plan that is now being rolled out, with concrete and successful actions and adequate funding, including of course better access to family planning and sexual and reproductive health and rights in general. We will be making an announcement on this initiative soon.
2012: The European Commission commits to an additional US $28.3 million to family planning services in 2013.
The Commission is pleased to report that the pledge made in the Summit has been fully achieved and in fact exceeded: EUR 28 million has been committed to a call for proposals on promoting universal access to reproductive health including family planning. Contracts with 6 selected beneficiaries from this call are currently being signed for actions that will run up to 3 to 5 years.
Another contract has been signed and fully disbursed (UNFPA Global Programme for RHCS) for EUR 8.3 million.
The total realised EU contribution to the Summit pledge is therefore EUR 36.3 million.
DateJuly 11, 2017
2017 Update: Read the commitment here.
2012: Annual public spending for family planning services for 2011-2012 was US $151 million. Pakistan will increase this to $197.7 million in 2012-2013, with further increases annually to ensure universal access by 2020.
The private sector share is $40.8 million. Greenstar Social Marketing, Family Planning Association Pakistan, and Marie Stopes International provide the main share of private sector family planning services.
2011-2012 spending on family planning was $1.21 per capita (public sector share: $0.84; private sector share: $0.37). In 2012-2013, the public sector share will increase to $1.07 per capital (total: $1.55 per capita). The goal is to reach $2.50 per capita by 2020.
Contraceptive requirements for both Government and Greenstar social marketing are covered by USAID until 2014. Subsequently, the government will need to import approximately $13 million worth of contraceptives yearly. This number will increase to $35 million annually by 2020, as we reach CPR 55 percent. The 2013-2020 resource gap for contraceptive commodities is $186 million.
The provinces are currently developing medium term budgetary frameworks, aligned with health sector strategy, to ensure financing of programs including family planning. The next step is to have a specified line item for family planning in their health budgets. Provinces will raise additional resources to increase access to quality services by training staff in client centered services and ensuring the availability of contraceptive supplies.
DateJuly 11, 2012
The foundation will also support research and development to create new contraceptives that can better serve the needs and circumstances of more women in the poorest countries around the world.
In August 2015, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation shared an update on progress in achieving its commitments to FP2020.
By cultivating high-level political leadership around countries’ FP2020 commitments, the Gates Foundation and its grantees have been able to work with government to expand access to family planning in priority countries. For example:
DateJuly 11, 2012
The United Nations Foundation commits to fulfilling and building upon its 2010 US $400 million commitment to Every Woman Every Child and its continued work to achieve universal access to reproductive health care.
In August 2015, the United Nations Foundation shared an update on progress in achieving its commitments to FP2020.