• What's new? May 2020

    • May 28, 2020
    • Newsletter
    • European voice
    • Family planning

    We are launching our 2020 #BecauseSheCounts social media campaign. Join us! In our 2020 campaign we recognise the commitments made by European governments to women and girls through their development policy and funding and we look into the future as COVID-19 marks the way women receive care.  In this issue...

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  • What's new? February 2020

    • February 12, 2020
    • Newsletter
    • European voice
    • Family planning
    • Quality of aid

    European donor countries care about sexual and reproductive safety and freedom as the newest tracking data of their expenditures on SRH/FP shows. In this issue we look at the data, analyse the ups and downs and also make some reflections on the year that has passed.  More here.

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  • What's new? September 2019

    • September 30, 2019
    • Newsletter
    • European voice
    • Family planning
    • Global agenda

    In this issue we launch a new interactive tool tracking European donor countries' commitments on reproductive safety and care; we look at the next steps after the inclusion of sexual and reproductive heath in the UN's political declaration on Universal Health Coverage and we consider the new faces of the...

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  • What's new? May 2019

    • May 23, 2019
    • Newsletter
    • Funding
    • European voice
    • Family planning

    In this issue we look at how European donors are supporting family planning through their development aid and how committed they remain over time.  We also published a series of articles looking at access to family planning, youth-friendly services and reproductive care during emergencies, and also at how the Global...

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  • What's new? November 2018

    • November 12, 2018
    • Newsletter
    • European voice

    Countdown 2030 Europe will be at the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP)! You can find us at the IPPF booth (numbers 42 & 43) on Tuesday afternoon. Come over to discuss how tracking and advocacy can advance family planning. We also have a treat for you! Join the conversation...

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