The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) committed to doubling the proportion of its resources focused on family planning from 25 percent to 40 percent based on that year's funding levels, bringing new funding of at least US$174 million per year from core and non-core funds. This was to include a minimum of US$54 million per year, from 2013-2019, in increased funding for family planning from UNFPA’s core resources.
UNFPA FP2020 Commitment
UNFPA will double the proportion of its resources focused on family planning from 25% to 40 % based on current funding levels, bringing new funding of at least US $174 million per year from core and non- core funds. This will include a minimum of US $54 million per year, from 2013-2019, in increased funding for family planning from UNFPA’s core resources.
Video: Babatunde Osotimehin Keynote: London Summit on Family Planning
Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director, United Nations Population Fund, addresses the London Summit on Family Planning on July 11, 2012.
Report: The Evaluation of Comprehensive Sexuality Education Programmes
This report is the outcome of The Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) Evaluation Expert Meeting that brought together partners, practitioners, researchers and advocates from around the world to discuss the state of the art of monitoring and evaluation for CSE programmes.
UNFPA FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2015
In August 2015, UNFPA shared an update on progress in achieving its commitments to FP2020.
UNFPA FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2016
In August 2016, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) shared the following update on achieving its Family Planning 2020 commitment during the 2015-2016 time period.
Adolescent Girls in Disaster & Conflict: Interventions for Improving Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
This publication features new case studies on reaching adolescent girls in humanitarian situations from programmes in Malawi, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines and Somalia.
Video: FP2020 and UNFPA Stress How Essential Family Planning is in Crisis Settings
For women and girls in crisis settings, family planning is one of the most life-saving, empowering, and cost-effective interventions possible. And demand for contraception is fierce, with many women and couples in humanitarian settings expressing the desire to space or limit pregnancies. If we are truly to leave no one behind, we must ensure that voluntary, rights-based family planning programs and a wide range of modern contraceptive methods are available and accessible to populations affected by or at risk of crisis.