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Financial contribution

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In addition, and specifically with regard to the 25th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development, the Luxembourg Development Cooperation allocates an additional financial contribution of 50.000 EUR to the organization of the Nairobi conference. This amount will be complemented by reprogramming the total amount remaining from past programmes and projects of 58.612,25 USD, thus allocating a total additional contribution of more than 100.000 EUR to the...

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(7) Doing what is in our power to increase the percentage of official development aid (ODA) specifically earmarked to ensure universal access to SRHR to complement domestic financing of sexual and reproductive health programmes.

Mode of engagement:

  • Budgetary and financial
Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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Financing modalities

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Complementing grant financing, Luxembourg’s Development Cooperation will flexibly apply a diversified and innovative set of financing instruments and modalities to respond to specific country needs and thematic areas, including through the leveraging of partnerships with Multilateral Development Banks and the private sector, and to support blended finance instruments such as guarantees and risk mitigation instruments. This will include an increased focus on impact investing, notably through...

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

Mode of engagement:

  • Policy and guidance
Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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ODA

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Maintaining a target of Official Development Assistance (ODA) as a share of gross national income (GNI) of 1%, with a focus on Least Developed Countries (LDCs). Luxembourg will continue to maintain its untied aid while keeping both international climate finance and in-donor refugees’ costs additional to ODA;

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(7) Doing what is in our power to increase the percentage of official development aid (ODA) specifically earmarked to ensure universal access to SRHR to complement domestic financing of sexual and reproductive health programmes.

Mode of engagement:

  • Budgetary and financial
Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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Humanitarian action

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  1. Preventing and responding to sexual and gender-based violence by applying the “Leave No One Behind” principle and follow a needs-based approach, while paying special attention to the “forgotten” and underfunded crises, and by continuing to provide support to the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) and humanitarian Country Based Pooled Funds (CBPF).

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(12) Ensuring the basic humanitarian needs of affected populations, including SRHR, are addressed as critical components of responses to humanitarian and environmental crises, as well as fragile and post-crisis reconstruction contexts, through the provisi

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  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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Investing in women and girls to ensure no one is left behind

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Fighting poverty and boosting shared prosperity are the World Bank’s twin goals.
One of the best ways to fight poverty is by investing in human development — to ensure that all children reach their full potential. 

To make the most of human capital investments, we must empower girls and women, together with boys, men and communities. Investing in girls and women supports a virtuous cycle: healthier, better-educated mothers have healthier, better-educated families. That’s why the...

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(9) Building peaceful, just and inclusive societies, where all people, including the old and the young, people with disabilities, ethnic minorities and indigenous peoples, build societies where they feel valued and are able to shape their own destiny and

Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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Comprehensive approach to SRH

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Integrating a comprehensive approach of the essential sexual and reproductive health package, and protecting and ensuring every individuals’ right to bodily integrity and autonomy, and providing access to essential services in support of this right.

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(4) Ensuring access for adolescents and youth to comprehensive and age-appropriate information, education and adolescent-friendly comprehensive, quality and timely services to be able to make informed choices about their sexuality and reproductive lives,

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  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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Inclusive quality health services

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  1. Ensuring everybody has access to affordable quality health services and treatments, including primary health care, family planning information and services, by targeting in particular key and vulnerable populations, including adolescent girls and young women, gay men and other men who have sex with men, sex workers of all genders, people who use drugs, transgender people, people living with HIV;
  2. Supporting and developing health systems that are inclusive, that recognize the...

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    (3) Zero preventable maternal deaths, and maternal morbidities, such as obstetric fistulas, by, inter alia, integrating a comprehensive approach of the essential sexual and reproductive health package, including measures for preventing and avoiding unsafe

    Mode of engagement:

    • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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HR and SDG3

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Committing to implement international human rights law on the right to the highest attainable standard of health and SDG3 “Good Health and Well-Being” for all. Luxembourg pledges to respect, protect, promote and fulfil the rights of key and vulnerable populations with a specific focus on women and girls;

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(1) Intensifying 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 and Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development

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  • Policy and guidance
Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Global
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Western HIV/AIDS Network will implement SRHR -Program to save women and girls lives.

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Kenya has  unacceptably high maternal death at 488  per 100,000 live births (with some regions reporting MMRs of 1,000/100,000 live births) in 2008/9, an increase from 414/100,000 in 2003, 590/100,000 in 1998. Most maternal deaths are due to causes directly related to pregnancy and child-birth unsafe abortion and obstetric complications such as severe bleeding, infection, hypertensive disorders, and obstructed labor. Others are due to causes such as malaria, diabetes, hepatitis, and anaemia...

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(12) Ensuring the basic humanitarian needs of affected populations, including SRHR, are addressed as critical components of responses to humanitarian and environmental crises, as well as fragile and post-crisis reconstruction contexts, through the provisi

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  • Budgetary and financial
  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Global
To be actioned in : Kenya
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Commitment Statment of the Republic of Togo for the Nairobi ICPD25 Sommit

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nous nous engageons à garantir à toutes les femmes en âge de procréer y compris les jeunes et les adolescentes, un accès à l’information et aux services de planification familiale de qualité en vue réduire de façon substantielle, les besoins non satisfaits en vue de  l’atteinte du  « Zéro besoin non satisfait en planification familiale».

Pour atteindre cet objectif, le gouvernement togolais s’engage à augmenter significativement chaque année, la ligne budgétaire destinée à l’...

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(3) Zero preventable maternal deaths, and maternal morbidities, such as obstetric fistulas, by, inter alia, integrating a comprehensive approach of the essential sexual and reproductive health package, including measures for preventing and avoiding unsafe

Modes of engagement:

  • Budgetary and financial
  • Change or creation of legislation
  • Policy and guidance
  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Togo
To be actioned in : Togo

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