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Getting to Equal: Engaging Men and Boys in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Gender Equality

Unmet sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs are a critical threat to the health of individuals worldwide, and gender inequalities remain a significant barrier to addressing such health issues. Harmful gender norms and attitudes influence men’s and women’s health and well-being, shaping men’s behaviors in ways that have a direct impact on the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of their partners, their families, and themselves. At the same time, SRH and family planning issues are often treated as women’s responsibility.

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FP2020 Catalyzing Collaboration 2017-2018: Media Coverage

Family Planning 2020's groundbreaking new report on family planning in the world’s 69 lowest-income countries released this month shows more women and adolescent girls than ever before are making the voluntary choice to use contraception in their everyday lives. More importantly, country governments are prioritizing family planning programs as an essential part of their development strategies. Below is a round-up of media attention the report has received around the world.

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FP2020 Catalyzing Collaboration 2017-2018: Media Coverage in Europe & the U.S.

Family Planning 2020's groundbreaking new report on family planning in the world’s 69 lowest-income countries released this month shows more women and adolescent girls than ever before are making the voluntary choice to use contraception in their everyday lives. More importantly, country governments are prioritizing family planning programs as an essential part of their development strategies. Below is a round-up of media attention the report has received throughout Europe and the United States.

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FP2020 Catalyzing Collaboration 2017-2018: Media Coverage in Asia

Family Planning 2020's groundbreaking new report on family planning in the world’s 69 lowest-income countries released this month shows more women and adolescent girls than ever before are making the voluntary choice to use contraception in their everyday lives. More importantly, country governments are prioritizing family planning programs as an essential part of their development strategies. Below is a round-up of media attention the report has received throughout Asia.

Updated on November 16, 2018

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FP2020 Catalyzing Collaboration 2017-2018: Media Coverage in Africa

Family Planning 2020's groundbreaking new report on family planning in the world’s 69 lowest-income countries released this month shows more women and adolescent girls than ever before are making the voluntary choice to use contraception in their everyday lives. More importantly, country governments are prioritizing family planning programs as an essential part of their development strategies. Below is a round-up of media attention the report has received throughout Africa.

Updated on December 5, 2018

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Family Planning 2020's Events at the International Conference on Family Planning 2018

FP2020 is excited to connect with the global family planning community during the ICFP conference. We will launch our annual report, FP2020: Catalyzing Collaboration 2017-2018 during the ICFP opening ceremony on November 12th. Join us at booth 17 to connect with technical experts, meet members of the FP2020 Reference Group, and play the Family Planning Data Game for a chance to win a prize.

We hope you'll also join one of our many events:

 

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Midwives: Critical Players in Delivering Family Planning in Indonesia

Recognizing the need to re-dedicate their efforts to family planning, in July 2012, at the London Family Planning Summit, Indonesia made a strong commitment to increase access to family planning across the country.

On January 1, Indonesia introduced a universal health insurance plan for all citizens, which will be phased in over the next five years. A key part of the government’s plan to improve health care is to strengthen midwives to provide family planning services.

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Advocacy Country Spotlight: Mauritania

Issue: At the end of 2016, the Mauritanian government approved a new reproductive health bill that included groundbreaking provisions on reproductive rights and family planning, including recognizing them as constitutional and universal rights. To help the country deliver on its FP2020 commitment, support was needed to operationalize and disseminate the new law, including ensuring clear communication on execution and mitigating risks of resistance from subnational authorities, religious leaders, and conservative groups.

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