At a Glance: IPPF

By 2030, IPPF will increase access to client-centered and rights-based contraception in at least 102 countries, provided through Member Associations.

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IPPF will advance equity -- focusing on reaching the poor, marginalized, and people living in humanitarian settings, with specific attention to young people and adolescents. They will ensure individual choices are met through advocating for commodity security and providing a wide range of contraceptive options integrated in a full package of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) services. They will expand innovative and gender-transformative strategies, including digital health interventions and facilitated self-care, alongside on-site service provision that responds to people’s needs. They will further strengthen data and clinic management systems and promote data utilization across Member Associations to inform programme and management decision-making. They will proactively advocate for legislative changes in support or defence of SRHR and gender equality in 42 countries.

IPPF is currently in the process of developing its new strategic framework. IPPF will revise its FP2030 commitment post its strategic framework refresh in January 2023 to identify targets and outcomes.

Supporting Commitment Documents

IPPF FP2030 Commitment
May 16, 2022
IPPF Commitment Self-Reporting Questionnaire 2016
May 16, 2017