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FHI 360 - Program & Service Delivery

DateOctober 31, 2016

Updated - October 2016: FHI 360 commits to progressing at least 5 new contraceptive methods through the development pipeline. FHI 360 also pledges to support the introduction of new and affordable IUDs into FP2020 target countries. Development and introduction of new contraceptive technologies, particularly long-acting methods, will not only help meet the goals of FP2020, but also maintain and expand those successes in the coming decades.

July 11, 2012: FHI 360 plans to continue its efforts to widen the array of safe, effective, acceptable and affordable contraceptives worldwide. 

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Afghanistan - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2016

The government of Afghanistan commits to developing a family planning national costed implementation plan (2017-2020); strengthening community-level family planning services through the training of community health workers; and providing sufficient stock of contraceptives. Afghanistan also pledges to expand access to long-acting and reversible methods as well as training at least one male and one female health worker in each health facility in conducting family planning counseling and the appropriate administration of contraceptive methods. In addition, the government will strengthen community mobilization and increase advocacy about family planning among religious and community leaders, civil society, and youth as well as develop information, education, and communication and behavior change communication campaigns to address barriers to accessing family planning and reproductive health services. Afghanistan will also strengthen coordination, commitment, and collaboration between the public and private sector to improve reproductive health and family planning services, training, supplies, equipment, and commodities. In addition, the government will roll out a youth health line to five major cities to provide counseling and information to youth on reproductive health and family planning. The government will also include implants on the Ministry of Public Health’s essential medicines.

Merck - Financial

DateNovember 12, 2015

Merck, known as MSD outside the United States and Canada, commits to extending access pricing for IMPLANON® and IMPLANON NXT®—its single-rod, long-acting, reversible contraceptive implants—in FP2020 focus countries for an additional five years through 2023.

This builds on Merck’s original announcement in May 2013 to reduce the cost of its implants by approximately 50 percent for six years, through 2018. 

Since May 2013, the number of IMPLANON® and IMPLANON NXT® implants provided in targeted countries has doubled, bringing greater choice to millions of women in some of the world’s poorest regions. Merck continues to work with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and other FP2020 partners in implementing the IMPLANON® Access Program.

Jhpiego - Program & Service Delivery

DateSeptember 28, 2014

Jhpiego also commits to advocating for task-shifting to improve access to long-acting family planning methods in underserved settings and training matrons or auxiliary midwives to provide implants in these settings.

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Jhpiego - Financial

DateSeptember 28, 2014

July 11, 2017 - Update: At the 2012 London Summit on Family Planning, Jhpiego committed US $200,000 to support family planning innovations in Burkina Faso. That investment has resulted in more than $7 million to expand method choice, and specifically, increasing access to quality postpartum family planning (PPFP). What began as a pilot to introduce services in 5 public facilities was expanded to 25—with plans to scale up to remaining regions. With additional funding from UNFPA and an anonymous donor, the program developed the capacity of local partners to accelerate PPFP adoption, thereby aiding the Government of Burkina Faso’s progress toward their FP2020 goal. Today, women in Burkina Faso are better able to plan their families.  

Over the next three years, Jhpiego will provide US $500,000 to implement and advocate for programs and policies that increase access to family planning for adolescents and first-time parents, expand uptake of PPFP, and prepare frontline health workers to deliver quality family planning services. In Uganda and Ghana, we will introduce interventions to empower first-time parents to ensure healthy timing and spacing of future births and provide lifesaving information on breastfeeding and newborn care. Furthermore, Jhpiego commits to supporting West African governments in achieving their FP2020 commitments.

JHPIEGO commits to providing new, incremental funds in the amount of US $200,000 to support innovations in the provision of implant/injectable services at the community-level, using front-line health workers. 

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Myanmar - Program & Service Delivery

DateNovember 12, 2013

Myanmar seeks to boost partnership with the private sector, civil society organizations, and other development partners for expanded service delivery. The Government of Myanmar will continue to strengthen the logistics management information system to ensure reproductive health commodity security through improved projection, forecasting, procurement, supply, storage, systematic distribution, and inventory control. In addition, Myanmar will implement a monitoring system to strengthen quality of care and ensure women have a full range of contraceptive options.

The Government of Myanmar will review and develop a five-year strategic plan for reproductive health through a consultative process, and Myanmar’s family plan will address regional disparities and inequalities. The government also commits to improving the method mix with increased use of long-acting and permanent methods.

Myanmar will host a national conference focused on family planning and reproductive health best practices in 2014 and the 8th Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights in 2016. 

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Myanmar - Policy & Political

DateNovember 12, 2013

Myanmar aims to strengthen the policy of providing clinical contraceptive methods by trained/skilled nurses, midwives and volunteers through better collaboration among multi-stakeholders within the context of Nay Pyi Taw Accord. The Government of Myanmar also pledges to implement people-centered policies to address regional disparity and inequity between urban and rural and rich and poor populations. In addition, Myanmar commits to expanding the forum of family planning under the umbrella of the Health Sector Coordinating Committee and to creating an Executive Working Group on Family Planning as a branch of the Maternal Newborn and Child Health Technical Strategic Group.

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FHI 360 - Financial

DateOctober 31, 2012

Updated - October 2016: FHI 360 increases its financial commitment, from an original pledge of US$1 million of its own resources to a renewed pledge of US$3 million. These funds will be spent to support the development and introduction of new contraceptive technologies that will provide women in the developing world with additional high-quality, low-cost family planning options. As of the FP2020 mid-point, FHI 360 had contributed US$2.29 million of its own resources. 

July 11, 2012: FHI 360 commits to allocating US $1 million of their resources through 2020 in support of the development and introduction of new contraceptive technologies that will provide women in the developing world with additional high-quality, low-cost family planning options to fill gaps and expand choice. 

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Côte d'Ivoire - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2012

Cote d'Ivoire commits to strengthening community-based services, expanding the family planning method mix, and providing access to family planning methods for women living with HIV and youth as part of national strategy to eliminate mother-to-child transmission.

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