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Save the lives of women and girls: a fundamental right in Guinea by improving sexual and reproductive health at all levels

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Guinea is committed to: 1.Reducing the development deficit generated by inequalities in all areas of life, particularly gender inequalities, spatial inequalities, inequalities related to the level of education, health, education: The aim will be to increase funding from the State of Guinea in order to comply with the international standards required for priority sectors, especially Health (from 7 per cent in 2018 to 15 per cent in 2030), and to ensure that funds are decentralized to the...

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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 : Guinea
To be actioned in : Guinea
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Commitment of women and girls to achieving peace and security in the ECOWAS and Sahel regions

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Prior to the Nairobi conference, women from the ECOWAS and Sahel regions met in Guinea from 17 to 18 June 2019 with a view to accelerating the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and respect for human rights. Maintaining that the region will not be able to develop without fully taking into account women and girls in development initiatives and the humanitarian-development nexus, women and girls call on states, private sectors, partners and communities to: • Ensure that...

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(9) Building peaceful, just and inclusive societies, where no one is left behind, where all, irrespective of race, colour, religion, sex, age, disability, language, ethnic origin, sexual orientation and gender identity or expression, feel valued and are able to shape their own destiny and contribute to the prosperity of their societies.

Mode of engagement:

  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Guinea
To be actioned in : Guinea
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THE REPUBLIC OF GUINEA’S COMMITMENTS TO ACCELERATING THE FULFILMENT OF ICPD PLEDGES BY 2030

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1.Increase funding to comply with the international standards required for priority areas, including health (from 7 per cent in 2018 to 15 per cent in 2030), public education (from 16 per cent in 2018 to 20 per cent in 2030), social protection (from 3 per cent in 2018 to 10 per cent in 2030) 2.Reduce the rate of early pregnancy in both in and out-of-school adolescents by 40 per cent by 2030; 3.Promote gender equality and equity, including among people living with disabilities by 2030: (i)...

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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.

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  • Budgetary and financial
  • Change or creation of legislation
  • Policy and guidance
  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Guinea
To be actioned in : Guinea
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Declaration of Gabonese civil society

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We, Gabonese civil society, represented by, aware that despite the progress made since Cairo in 1994, we observe that: • 316 maternal deaths per 10,000 births over the past seven years (GDHS II)); • 56 per cent of women aged 15–49 claim to have experienced physical, psychological or sexual violence (beating, murder, rape, bullying, etc.) • The family planning needs of 27 per cent of women of reproductive age aged 15–49 are unmet (GDHS II). This explains the rapid increase in the number of...

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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.

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  • Budgetary and financial
  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Gabon
To be actioned in : Gabon
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Declaration of young Gabonese people through the national youth council

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● By 2030, introduce a common framework for advocacy efforts carried out by youth organizations to mobilize financial resources so as to fund the ICPD Programme of Action and consolidate gains • We are committed to advocating for young people to be involved in the implementation of government and civil society initiatives, projects and programmes by 2030, by setting up a youth participation mechanism (for example, a consultation and working group) • We are committed to advocating for school...

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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 : Gabon
To be actioned in : Gabon
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CÔTE D'IVOIRE’S COMMITMENT TO ACHIEVING ICPD OBJECTIVES BY 2030

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The review that Côte d'Ivoire carried out in 2018 on the 88 commitments adopted by the African ministers who met in Addis Ababa in October 2013 for the Regional Conference on Population and Development presents a positive assessment of the six thematic pillars. This review suggests that the various commitments can be met by 2030 under the following pillars: (i) Dignity and Equality, (ii) Health, (iii) Location and Mobility, (iv) Governance, (v) Data and Statistics, (vi) International...

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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
  • Policy and guidance
  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Côte d'Ivoire
To be actioned in : Côte d'Ivoire
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Harness the demographic dividend by investing in education, job creation, youth and adolescent health, including family planning and RH services

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Help advocate with decision makers for increased investment aimed at enabling young people to achieve their full potential

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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 : Congo
To be actioned in : Congo
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5- Completely eradicate sexual and gender-based violence so that individuals can fulfil their potential, both socially and economically, as agents of change

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Enact and raise awareness of a law against gender-based violence and harmful practices by 2022, while ensuring increased protection of vulnerable populations, including indigenous populations; and harmful practices, while ensuring increased protection of vulnerable populations, including indigenous populations;

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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.

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  • Change or creation of legislation
Commitment made in : Congo
To be actioned in : Congo
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Commit to the notion that nothing about young people’s health and well-being can be discussed and decided upon without their meaningful participation

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Revise the national youth policy by 2022; Establish a national youth forum on development to improve dialogue around problems affecting youth people.

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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 : Congo
To be actioned in : Congo
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2- Build peaceful, just and inclusive societies, where all people, including older persons, young people and people with disabilities, build societies where they feel valued and are able to shape their own destiny

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raise awareness among communities of the social values of living together in order to build a fair and harmonious society that respects human rights and the rights of peoples in their diversity

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(9) Building peaceful, just and inclusive societies, where no one is left behind, where all, irrespective of race, colour, religion, sex, age, disability, language, ethnic origin, sexual orientation and gender identity or expression, feel valued and are able to shape their own destiny and contribute to the prosperity of their societies.

Mode of engagement:

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

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