United Nations Population Fund

Non-Government Partner

United Nations Population Fund

United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is the United Nation's sexual and reproductive health agency. Their mission is to deliver a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe, and every young person's potential is fulfilled.

UNFPA committed to allocating at least 40 per cent of its indicative resources towards ending the unmet need for family planning annually over the course of 2022-2025 (approximately USD $1.7 billion over the four-year period).


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In 2018, UNFPA launched efforts to achieve three transformative results, also known as the three zeros, by 2030: (1) ending unmet need for family planning (2) ending preventable maternal death and (3) ending gender-based violence and harmful practices.

United Nations Population Fund Commitment Narratives

  • Allocate at least 40% of indicative resources annually, approximately USD$1.7 billion over the four-year period, towards ending the unmet need for family planning.
  • Leverage UNFPA’s global platform as the leading United Nations agency on sexual and reproductive health and rights to support FP2030 objectives.
  • Designate and engage UNFPA staff as FP2030 focal points within all commitment-making programme countries.
  • Increase investment in family planning activities to surpass the 2020 expenditure of approximately USD$451.6 million (42.3% of UNFPA’s total program expenses).
  • Accelerate the reduction in the unmet need for family planning by 2025.
  • Provide in-country leadership and technical assistance as FP2030 focal points in all commitment-making programme countries where UNFPA has a field footprint by 2025.
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