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TRAINING OF HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS IN FP TECHNOLOGY

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2.1. Train 150 midwives, 20 doctors and 130 nurses to develop the skills of 300 health professionals in provision of family planning services, particularly for young people, by 2024. 2.2. Improve supply chain systems (the logistics management information system) to provide reliable data, last-mile distribution and tracking of reproductive health (RH) products and equipment, including contraceptives, to all 114 health facilities every year, by 2030.

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(2) Zero unmet need for family planning information and services, and universal availability of quality, affordable and safe modern contraceptives.

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Guinea-Bissau
To be actioned in : Guinea-Bissau
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ZERO PREVENTABLE MATERNAL DEATHS IN GUINEA-BISSAU

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3.1. Train 150 midwives, 20 doctors and 130 nurses to develop the skills of 300 health professionals from various SRHR services, particularly those for young people, by 2024. 3.2. Train 4 young local doctors in surgical techniques to improve routine obstetric fistula case management, by 2024. 3.3. Rehabilitate 4 health units (maternity/operating room), by 2024. 3.4. Provide financial and technical support to the Associação Nacional de Parteiras [AGUIPEO – National Midwives Association] and...

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(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.

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Guinea-Bissau
To be actioned in : Guinea-Bissau
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ADOLESCENT/YOUTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN GUINEA-BISSAU

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4.1. Train 110 professionals in sex education, by 2024. 4.2. Advocate for and implement curricula that incorporate SRHR for adolescents and young people of both sexes, in and out of school, and a standardized school health programme, by 2024. 4.3. Build the capacity of 3 state and 10 non-state actors, 50 youth leaders, 110 youth peer educators and 5 youth networks to support adolescent and youth access to SRHR information and services in all 11 health regions, by 2024. 4.4. Train 660...

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(4) Access for all adolescents and youth, especially girls, to comprehensive and age-responsive information, education and adolescent-friendly comprehensive, quality and timely services to be able to make free and informed decisions and choices about their sexuality and reproductive lives, to adequately protect themselves from unintended pregnancies, all forms of sexual and  gender-based violence and harmful practices, sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS, to facilitate a safe transition into adulthood.

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Guinea-Bissau
To be actioned in : Guinea-Bissau
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ZERO GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE IN GUINEA-BISSAU

Commitment description:

5.1. Strengthen national capacity to deliver high quality and appropriate multisectoral (health, psychological, socioeconomic and legal) prevention and response interventions for at least 5,000 survivors of GBV and harmful practices (FGM, child marriage etc.), through men’s clubs, civil society, and various networks (former practitioners of female genital mutilation, former women parliamentarians, youth, journalists, religious and traditional leaders) 5.2. Scale up the implementation of the...

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(5) (a) Zero sexual and gender-based violence and harmful practices, including zero child, early and forced marriage, as well as zero female genital mutilation; and (b) Elimination of all forms of discrimination against all women and girls, in order to realize all individuals’ full socio-economic potential.

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Guinea-Bissau
To be actioned in : Guinea-Bissau
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RESOURCE MOBILIZATION FOR ICPD PROGRAMME OF ACTION IMPLEMENTATION IN GUINEA-BISSAU

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6.1. Mobilize at least $1000,000 through domestic and foreign funding mechanisms for implementation of the ICPD Programme of Action in Guinea-Bissau, especially ICPD interventions related to young people, by 2024.

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(6) Using national budget processes, including gender budgeting and auditing, increasing domestic financing and exploring new, participatory and innovative financing instruments and structures to ensure full, effective and accelerated implementation of the ICPD Programme of Action.

Mode of engagement:

  • Budgetary and financial
Commitment made in : Guinea-Bissau
To be actioned in : Guinea-Bissau
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Demographic dividend

Commitment description:

8.1. Train 220 national experts in demographic dividend programming, by 2030. 8.2. Organize awareness-raising and advocacy sessions for 50,000 senior professionals on the benefits of achieving the demographic dividend by 2030.

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(8) Investing in the education, employment opportunities, health, including family planning and sexual and reproductive health services, of adolescents and youth, especially girls, so as to fully harness the promises of the demographic dividend.

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Guinea-Bissau
To be actioned in : Guinea-Bissau
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QUALITY DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSIS AND DISSEMINATION

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10.1. Jointly conduct 10 annual national follow-up consultations and evaluate different strategies and programmes, especially those related to young people, and present the results in parliamentary committee by 2030. 10.2. Support collection, analysis and dissemination of disaggregated data on different types of GBV/harmful practices through a GBV information management system platform, especially for young people, by 2024 10.3. Strengthen national and system capacity in collection,...

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(10) Providing quality, timely and disaggregated data, that ensures privacy of citizens and is also inclusive of younger adolescents, investing in digital health innovations, including in big data systems, and improvement of data systems to inform policies aimed at achieving sustainable development.

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Guinea-Bissau
To be actioned in : Guinea-Bissau
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gender inequalities

Commitment description:

help reduce gender inequalities through awareness-raising and advocacy efforts towards the authorities, in order to address all forms of discrimination or inequality in our communities. Build the capacities of young people on gender issues.

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(8) Investing in the education, employment opportunities, health, including family planning and sexual and reproductive health services, of adolescents and youth, especially girls, so as to fully harness the promises of the demographic dividend.

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Niger
To be actioned in : Niger
Commitment title:

Facilitate the harnessing of the demographic dividend

Commitment description:

Our country has just adopted a new national population policy that is particularly focused on creating demand and strengthening the provision of family planning services in order to reduce fertility and combat preventable maternal deaths. These actions go hand in hand with strategies aimed at keeping girls in school, empowering women and enhancing our human capital to help harness the demographic dividend.

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(12) Ensuring that the basic humanitarian needs and rights of affected populations, especially that of girls and women, are addressed as critical components of responses to humanitarian and environmental crises, as well as fragile and post-crisis reconstruction contexts, through the provision of access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health information, education and services, including access to safe abortion services to the full extent of the law, and post-abortion care, to significantly reduce maternal mortality and morbidity, sexual and gender-based violence and unplanned pregnancies under these conditions.

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Niger
To be actioned in : Niger
Commitment title:

Demographic dividend

Commitment description:

I AM COMMITTED TO: - Promoting the demographic dividend - Helping to harness the dividend - Helping to harness and ensure the effectiveness of the four pillars - Educating, raising awareness and building the capacity of youth associations and facilities, including women - Creating and hosting a platform aimed at harnessing the demographic dividend

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(11) Committing to the notion that nothing about young people’s health and well-being can be discussed and decided upon without their meaningful involvement and participation (“nothing about us, without us”).

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Niger
To be actioned in : Niger

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