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Providing sustainable and affordable access to heat-stable carbetocin for the prevention of post-partum haemorrhage in LMICs

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Millions of poor underserved women risk their lives giving life. Excessive bleeding after childbirth (PPH) is the leading direct cause of preventable maternal death, causing est. 70,000 deaths per year , 99% in low- and lower-middle income countries. For the prevention of PPH, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends for all births the use of an effective uterotonic during the third stage of labour for the stimulation of uterine contraction. Oxytocin is the first-choice drug for...

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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 : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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Government of the State of Eritrea's Commitment

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

 

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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; 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 : Eritrea
To be actioned in : Eritrea
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Government of the State of Eritrea's Commitment

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1. Zero unmet need for family planning information and services, and universal availability of quality, accessible, affordable and safe modern contraceptives.  

2. 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...

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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 : Eritrea
To be actioned in : Eritrea
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Strengthen the fight towards zero tolerance of Gender-Based violence

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By offering financial support to new livelihoods and agricultural methods among rural women we ensure that we are creating a better world where women and girls have access to sustainable income and are safe from any form of violence. Poverty and gender-based violence are interlinked and thus we endeavour our projects to be executed by local organizations that guarantee broad contextual knowledge and sustainable way of working for the good for women and girls. 

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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; 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:

  • Budgetary and financial
Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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Eradication of Female Genital Mutilation by 2030.

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We commit to accelerating efforts to ensure the global abandonment of the FGM practice by 2030 by ensuring that young women, girls, and the community actively stand against the practice. The empowerment of women and girls is widely recognized as key to development towards the attainment of SDG 5 on gender equality.

In the Kisii and Nyamira counties in Kenya, we strive to provide alternative rite-of-passage for girls not to undergo FGM through the holiday training program rolled-out...

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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; 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 : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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Equitable access to integrated and quality sexual and reproductive health information and services for women, men, young people and vulnerable populations without discrimination

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By 2022, ABUBEF commit to provide quality sexual and reproductive health information and services through 

  • Demand creation activities for reproductive health services at the community level (social mobilization campaign and Social and Behavior Change communication actions,)
  •  Community-based service provision (community-based distribution and community outreach) and enhanced health clusters.
  • Advocacy for an enabling environment for family...

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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 : Burundi
To be actioned in : Burundi
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Using Power of innovation to increase access to reproductive health and family planning information.

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Our commitment is to using the power of innovation and technology to increasing access to reproductive health/family planning information and education to at last 100 000 adolescents and young people in West Africa by 2023. 

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(1)  Intensify our efforts for the full, effective and accelerated implementation and funding of the ICPD Programme of Action, Key Actions for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action of the ICPD, the outcomes of its reviews, and Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Africa
To be actioned in : Africa
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Mobilizing & Empowering Youth to Implement the Unfinished Business of ICPD

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On behalf of the UN Major Group for Children and Youth, we commit to:

1. Support young advocates and youth-led organisations to make commitments towards the achievement of the ICPD Programme of Action, providing a platform where these can be made and tracked.

2. Provide an annual space for young people from across the world to highlight progress and share barriers and opportunities to advance the ICPD Programme of Action, starting with the UN High Level Political Forum in 2020...

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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”).

Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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Advocacy for pro Montevideo and ICPD legislative actions

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The commitments embodied in the ICPD population and development agenda and in the Montevideo Consensus, include legal reforms, processes of modification to laws or even public budgets - which are discussed in the congress. Many times legislators do not have these issues within their priorities or ignore them. Our commitment is to inform them and monitor their performance. We will work to ensure that Mexican parliamentarians know the agenda, to open processes of dialogue and discussion...

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(1)  Intensify our efforts for the full, effective and accelerated implementation and funding of the ICPD Programme of Action, Key Actions for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action of the ICPD, the outcomes of its reviews, and Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development

Modes of engagement:

  • Budgetary and financial
  • Change or creation of legislation
Commitment made in : Mexico
To be actioned in : Americas
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Commitments from Bangladeshi Youth: Road to Nairobi

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The ICPD25
Commitments from Bangladeshi Youth: Road to Nairobi
This commitment is prepared based on the National Level Youth Consultation that was conducted in support of ICPD25. Over 40 young people across Bangladesh, from diverse backgrounds, participated in this consultation. During this consultation Bangladeshi youth committed to the points detailed in this note. This consultation was a joint ofBandhu Social Welfare Society, Right here Right Now Bangladesh Platform and...

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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.

Modes of engagement:

  • Policy and guidance
  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Bangladesh
To be actioned in : Bangladesh

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