Family Planning 2020 Valerie DeFillipo

Family Planning 2020
Valerie DeFillipo
Overview | 2012 London Summit
 Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) is an outcome of the 2012 London Summit
on Family Planning where more than 20 governments made commitments to
address the policy, financing, delivery and socio-cultural barriers to women
accessing contraceptive information, services and supplies.
 Donors pledged an additional US$2.6 billion in funding.
Overview | FP2020 Governance Structure
FP2020 overall governance
FP2020 will engage
and coordinate with
existing architecture &
Champions Group
Reference Group
FP2020 Director
Task Team
Independent Expert Research
Group (iERG)
UN Commission on Life Saving
Working Groups
Country Engagement
Market Dynamics
Performance Monitoring &
Rights & Empowerment
FP2020 will
engage with &
support countries
Ministries of Health /
National Governments
Civil Society
Private Sector
Partnership | New & Renewed
UNFPA and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: Signed a memorandum of understanding to help increase access
to family planning information, contraceptives and services in developing countries, particularly for young
International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) Member Associations and UNFPA: New level of partnership
will focus on providing services to vulnerable groups.
USAID and UNFPA: Renewed commitment to collaborate on global initiatives in 2013, including FP2020,
Committing to Child Survival: A Promise Renewed, Every Woman Every Child, and the UN Commission on LifeSaving Commodities for Women and Children.
DFID, AusAID, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and USAID: Members of the Alliance for Reproductive,
Maternal, and Newborn Health, which promotes the cost-effective use of resources, leverages resources to fill
funding gaps, reduces duplication, and encourages the sharing of best practices among partners to accelerate
progress in achieving MDGs 4 and 5. In support of FP2020, the Alliance and WHO hosted the first Family
Planning Implementation Research Donor Meeting in December, 2012.
Ougadougou Partnership: Dedicated to improving access to family planning in nine countries in Frenchspeaking West Africa. It is led by the governments of Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, Mali,
Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, and Togo. The Ouagadougou Partnership and FP2020 work together to support the
Ouagadougou Partnership countries’ efforts to develop and fully implement their family planning plans.
Donor Spotlight | Commitments
Denmark commits an additional US $13 million to family planning over
eight years.
European Commission
The European Commission commits to an additional US $28.3 million
to family planning services in 2013.
Norway commits to doubling its investment from US $25 million to US
$50 million over eight years. Norway, BMGF and the UK will work
together to increase the availability, access and use of quality, lifesaving family planning commodities.
Sweden will increase spending on contraceptives from its 2010 level
of US $32 million per year to $40 million per year, totaling an
additional $40 million between 2011 and 2015.
UNFPA will double the proportion of its resources focused on family
planning from 25 percent to 40 percent based on current funding
levels, bringing new funding of at least US $174 million per year from
core and non-core funds.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
BMGF commits to investing more than US $1 billion, doubling its
investment in family planning from US $70 million a year to US $140
million a year for eight years—totaling an additional US $560 million.
Working with Countries
FP2020 partners will work with commitment countries to
reach shared objectives
Work with commitment countries to understand their priorities, needs, and gaps in resources that
impede progress toward their family planning goals.
Mobilize global and local financial and technical resources to accelerate service delivery at the
country level, and increase those resource contributions over time.
Coordinate in-country efforts through focal points to support government implementation and share
information among government, donors, and partners.
Coordinate in-country efforts through focal points to support government implementation and share
information among government, donors, and partners.
Monitor and proactively review progress against goals and take additional action through
governance and accountability processes as required.
Consulting Countries to Identify Needs
• Evaluation of Family Planning program and advocacy (Indonesia)
• Data management for monitoring progress (Nigeria)
• Scaling up provision of injectables by community health workers (Senegal)
• Cost-sharing for Contraceptive Technology Update (CTU) training
• Distribution of contraceptives from central level to the last mile (Nigeria)
• Hiring midwives for task shifting to increase access to Long-Acting Methods
(LAMs) (Senegal)
Best Practices
• A web platform for sharing country advancements and experiences (India)
• Cross-country study tours to share experiences in developing and
implementing plans (India)
• Demand creation (Nigeria)
FP2020 Progress Report
 FP2020 will release its next progress report in
November 2014
 The report will detail demonstrated family
planning progress in FP2020 focus countries
for the first time
FP2020 Progress Report | Data Preview
We are making steady progress toward our goal – but the time to act is now:
 Contributing to Every Woman Every Child: Since the 2012, family planning
has gone from a neglected intervention to receiving the largest number of
commitments to the Global Strategy
 Political Will: Countries are taking charge and delivering on their commitments
 Increased expenditures: Donor disbursements are increasing in line with
 Progress against core indicators: The number of additional users is increasing
and mCPR is increasing modestly in most countries, but we must accelerate
progress to achieve our collective goals
 Global Momentum: More stakeholders are joining the movement
 Calls for increased investment in family planning: The Global Investment
Framework states that expanding access to contraception will be a particularly
cost-effective investment potentially accounting for half of all the deaths
prevented in the accelerated investment scenario.
Reaching 120 million
additional women and girls
with life-saving
contraceptives in just eight
short years is an ambitious
goal, but together we will
President, Global Development
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Executive Director
United Nations Population Fund

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