FP2030 recommends that donors include the following information as they develop and announce their commitments.
SMART and Accountable Content
State a baseline representing the donor’s current annual investment in sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), and within that framework, family planning specifically
Clearly articulate the amount and expected time period for which the donor is committing to funding for sexual and reproductive rights, and whether the financial commitment represents sustained funding at existing levels or new and/or additional SRHR funding
Specify whether the new and/or additional funding represents an annual amount or an amount over a specified period of time, and if so, what that time period is.
Specify the priority or targeted countries and whether the commitment is focused on priority populations or program areas.
To reflect the importance of a rights-based, country-led, country-owned process, partner governments have been asked to make commitments in support of the future of the partnership in-country.
Based on the goals of their commitment and organizational priorities, all other organizations, including donors, are highly encouraged to explore opportunities to both develop and announce commitments in tandem with partner governments and global stakeholders.
Aligned with Existing National and Global Frameworks
All commitments will be considered in support of the Untied Nation’s Every Woman Every Child Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health.
Commitments should also build, to the extent possible, on commitments made during the recent 25th anniversary commemoration of the International Conference on Population and Development.
If financial commitments go beyond bilateral assistance, it would be helpful to know what additional amounts are committed in support of multilateral organizations (the United Nations Population Fund, World Bank, etc.) with a goal of promoting or advancing SRHR, and within it, family planning.