In December 2015 our current ten year strategy: IPPF Strategic Framework 2005 – 2015 will be completed. This has transformed our work and focused on the 5 As - Adolescents & young people, HIV & AIDS, Abortion, Access and Advocacy.
As we move forward as a Federation, the new strategy has reflected a need to:
We consulted widely on our new strategy gaining the valuable feedback from the rich diversity of Member Associations and country contexts in which they work. Our partners, donors and other stakeholders provided guidance and challenge on the key role that we can play as a locally owned, globally connected civil society movement providing and enabling services, and championing sexual and reproductive health and rights for all, especially the underserved.
- 30 strategy meetings with over 1,100 volunteers, staff, young people and donors participating
- Over 150 Member Associations and collaborative partners responded to questionnaires and the draft strategy
- Strategy Group representing 12 Member Associations and 12 Secretariat staff transformed feedback into one focused strategy
Our new strategy focuses on four key outcomes:
- 100 Governments respect, protect and fulfil sexual and reproductive rights and gender equality
- 1 billion people empowered to act freely on their sexual and reproductive health and rights
- 2 billion quality integrated sexual and reproductive health services delivered
- A high performing, accountable and united Federation
Implementation will commence in 2016. Country level strategies are being prepared to identify the contributions they can commit to. The Secretariat is developing an implementation plan together with a dashboard of expected results to monitor our global progress. This will enable us to move forward as a united Federation working to ensure that all people are free to make choices about their sexuality and wellbeing, in a world without discrimination.
4 April 2016