IPPF never turns anyone away because of inability to pay, or lack of health personnel.

In humanitarian settings we improve access to contraceptive services before, during and after conflict and crisis situations.

We address barriers to access through programmes that empower women and involve men as partners to promote shared decision making.

145 Member Associations in
170 countries

Achievements
2012-2015
Since 2012 we have:
  • Reached 20.8 million new users of contraception
  • Increased services in 59 out of 69 FP2020 focus countries
  • Delivered 20 million couple years of protection
  • Delivered over 134 million contraceptive services
  • Delivered almost 50% of all our services to young people under the age 25

IPPF's New Pledges
2016-2020
IPPF'S New FP2020 Pledges

We are on target to achieving our goal of trebling our sexual and reproductive health services by 2020.

IPPF will reach 60 million new users of contraception in FP2020 focus countries by 2020.

IPPF will prevent 36.2 million unwanted pregnancies and avert 4.1 million unsafe abortions


Strategic Framework
2016-2022
By 2022 IPPF will have:


Championed rights: 100 governments will respect, protect and fulfil sexual and reproductive rights and gender equality.

Empowered communities: 1 billion people will be able to act freely on their sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Served people: IPPF and our partners will deliver 2 billion quality, integrated sexual and reproductive health services.