Commitment title:

By 2030, GoG commits to reducing the MMR from 36 to 12 per 100,000 LB; By 2030, GoG commits to increasing % of target population covered by cervical cancers screening programme from 20% to 50%.

Commitment description:

By 2030 the government will implement Budgetary, Legislative, Policy and Programmatic commitments, as described above, including institutionalizing continuous medical education and introducing regulatory measures, such as clinical audit for improving quality of services; ensuring access of women and youth with disabilities to essential SRH services; integrating MISP for SRH into the National Plans; and implementing maternal and household healthy behavior promotion programmes.

Modes of engagement:
  • Budgetary and financial
    By 2030, to increase state expenditure on health, as a share of the GDP, including for RH/MH (as a % of GDP), from 2.5% (2018) to 5%; By 2020, to adopt the second wave of the costed SRH National Action Plan (2020-2022).

    Value: Public Health expenditure as % of GDP up to 5%

  • Change or creation of legislation
    By 2030, include contraceptives in the Basic Benefit Package (BBP) of the UHC for selected groups of beneficiaries; ensuring relevant financial allocations and promote regulations to address the needed skill level mix, including task shifting.
  • Policy and guidance
    By 2030, reduce financial and social-cultural barriers through further integration of SRHR essential package, including FP and cervical cancer screening services, at the PHC level, in the context of UHC.
  • Programmatic action
    By 2025, fully implement regionalization of ante- & perinatal healthcare services; By 2030, ensure full operationalization of the cervical cancer screening registry, and implementation of quality cervical cancer organized screening programme at PHC
Commitment to be actioned in: Georgia
Submitted from: Georgia
Submitted by
Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia
Thematic area
Achieve universal access to sexual and reproductive health as a part of universal health coverage (UHC)
Commitment category

(3) Zero preventable maternal deaths and maternal morbidities, such as obstetric fistulas, by, inter alia, integrating a comprehensive package of sexual and reproductive health interventions, including access to safe abortion to the full extent of the law, measures for preventing and avoiding unsafe abortions, and for the provision of post-abortion care, into national UHC strategies, policies and programmes, and to protect and ensure all individuals’ right to bodily integrity, autonomy and reproductive rights, and to provide access to essential services in support of these rights.