Honduras joins FP2030 partnership

April 10, 2024

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Building 2030

FP2030 is pleased to announce that Honduras has made the first government-led FP2030 commitment from the Latin American region. The government of Honduras joins more than one dozen civil society groups in the region, including several youth-led organizations, as FP2030 commitment makers. We are thrilled to welcome Honduras to the FP2030 partnership. 

FP2030’s predecessor, FP2020, was open only to 69 focus countries, the lowest-income countries in the world at the time of the partnership’s founding – only a few of which were in the Latin American region. Now, FP2030 is open to all countries and other stakeholders, to foster global learning and to facilitate greater progress. 

“This expanded structure has meant the FP2030 partnership can amplify the progress Latin America is already making on a rights-based family planning agenda,” said Dr. Samukeliso Dube, executive director of FP2030. “We are thankful for the opportunity to learn from the region, and to share lessons learned and knowledge from our existing global partners.” 

Honduras’s FP2030 commitment is a landmark achievement for the country. 

“This achievement underscores Honduras's dedication to advancing family planning initiatives in Central America, marking a pivotal step toward fostering reproductive health, gender equality, and sustainable development in the region,” said Maria Paula Martinez, managing director, FP2030 Latin America & Caribbean Hub. “Honduras is focused on the holistic health and wellbeing of its citizens, and sees that family planning is key to their plans.” 

Honduras's decision to join to the FP2030 partnership exemplifies its progressive approach toward addressing crucial social issues. In its commitment, Honduras aims to obtain tangible results regarding sexual and reproductive health, with a particular focus on historically marginalized populations. Key objectives in Honduras’ commitment include prioritizing individual well-being and universal health coverage, advancing gender equality, empowering women, girls, and adolescents, fostering data-driven policies, enhancing financing for family planning services, implementing gender-sensitive regulatory frameworks, and improve the response capacity of the health system regarding family planning. 

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