Annual Performance Report 2012-13

2012 marked the first year implementing IPPF’s 3 Change Goals – Unite, Deliver and Perform. The Change Goals focus and prioritize our work in delivering our Strategic Framework 2005-2015, and results from 2012 show impressive performance across a range of indicators.

In 2012, Member Associations contributed to 105 policy and/or legislative changes in support or defence of sexual and reproductive health and rights. IPPF’s Vision 2020 for sexual and reproductive health and rights articulates our demands in relation to the post-2015 development agenda, and we are working at all levels to influence the ICPD+20 process.

Across a global network of service delivery points, including static and mobile clinics, community-based distribution and partnerships with the private sector, we provided 112.7 million sexual and reproductive health services, and 11.8 million couple years of protection. 80% of IPPF clients are either poor or vulnerable, and 40% are under 25 years old.

Investment in robust systems and business processes optimize organizational effectiveness with a focus on performance-based funding and data driven decision making across all levels of the Federation. Our new Performance Dashboard enables us to monitor progress against annual targets for each of the three Change Goals to the end of 2015, when our current Strategic Framework ends.