The Government of Afghanistan committed to:
- Reduce unmet need for family planning by 10% by 2020;
- Increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate to 30% by 2020;
- Allocate 25% of the national health budget specifically to reproductive health; and
- Develop a Family Planning National Costed Implementation Plan for 2017–2020.
The Government of Lao PDR committed to:
- Increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate from 42% to 65% by 2020;
- Reduce unmet need for contraception from 20% to 13% by 2020;
- Expand coverage and method mix for family planning services in health facilities with a focus on long-acting methods, such as implants and IUDs; and
- Revise the country’s reproductive health policy to promote an enabling environment for family planning.
The Government of Vietnam committed to:
- Ensure universal access to family planning;
- Increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate for married women (ages 15 to 49 years old) from 67.5% in 2015 to 70% by 2020;
- Develop and implement youth-friendly contraceptive services and methods; and
- Improve rights-based approaches to family planning services, establishing national standards for quality of care.
Community Health And Sustainable Environment (CHASE) Africa committed to:
- Provide access to voluntary free family planning services to marginalized poor communities in Kenya and Uganda, with the aim of reaching 25,000 additional users of contraception each year; and
- Reach a total of 100,000 additional users of contraception between January 2017 and December 2020.
MARGARET PYKE TRUST, WITH THE POPULATION & SUSTAINABILITY NETWORK
Building upon the organization’s expertise in providing the UK’s most up-to-date sexual and reproductive health training courses for medical professionals, the Margaret Pyke Trust, with the Population & Sustainability Network, committed to:
- Expand training activities to reach 300 doctors and nurses in FP2020 focus countries, with training tailored to meet local capacity needs, reaching up to 9.5 million women and girls with an unmet need for family planning;
- Implement three programs that integrate sexual and reproductive health and rights within broader international development programs; and
- Advocate for the importance of universal access to comprehensive and voluntary family planning services and rights as a requirement to enable sustainable development.
POPULATION SERVICES INTERNATIONAL
Population Services International—through its global network of country programs—committed to:
- Reach 10 million people under the age of 25 with modern contraceptive methods by December 2020; and
- Collaborate with young people to reimagine and redefine the way sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) programs are designed, delivered, measured, and evaluated.
10. High Impact Practices in Family Planning (HIPs). Galvanizing commitment: creating a supportive environment for family planning. Washington (DC): USAID; 2015. Available from: https://www.fphighimpactpractices.org/commitment.
11. This figure does not include South Africa, which made a commitment to FP2020 but is not one of the 69 focus countries. South Africa’s GNI does not qualify it as one of the world’s poorest countries, based on the World Bank 2010 classification using the Atlas Method.