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GOVERNMENT ENGAGEMENT

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•Mobilize resources to scale up the high-impact strategies implemented in the 23 provinces under the SWEDD initiative by 2023; Gradually increase the budgetary resources allocated to the health sector to 15 per cent of the national budget by 2026, while allocating at least 25 per cent of the budget to mother and child health, including creating a budget line for RH products; Accelerate the process of issuing the implementing decree on Law No. 006/PR/2002 on SRH and ordinance 12 on parity,...

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

Modes of engagement:

  • Budgetary and financial
  • Change or creation of legislation
  • Policy and guidance
  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Chad
To be actioned in : Chad
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The Central African Republic is a peaceful country geared towards ensuring sustainable development, guaranteeing universal health coverage and respecting the values of equality, equity, national solidarity and social justice

Commitment description:

  1. Accelerate the implementation of previous commitments set out in Cairo in 1994 and at other summits
  2. ncrease investment in health by developing a health sector investment plan focused on reducing the maternal and child mortality rates, reduce the number of unintended pregnancies and their complications, prevent and adequately address gender-based violence, guarantee universal access to modern family planning methods, and facilitate access to reproductive health services for all...

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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 : Central African Republic
To be actioned in : Central African Republic
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DECLARATION OF NATIONAL COMMITMENT TO IMPLEMENTING THE ICPD@25 PROGRAMME OF ACTION AND THE SDGs

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The Government of the Republic of Cameroon Stresses the need for the comprehensive, successful and accelerated implementation of the Cairo Programme of Action in order to achieve the national development objectives, in accordance with our laws, traditions and sociocultural environment.

It also reaffirms its support for the ICPD Programme of Action and the Addis Ababa Declaration on Population and Development. Commits to:

1-Stepping up efforts to carry out and finance the Cairo...

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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:

  • Budgetary and financial
  • Change or creation of legislation
  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Cameroon
To be actioned in : Cameroon
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stepping up political advocacy efforts related to violence against women and young girls.

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With regard to tackling gender-based violence and harmful practices, such as child marriage, early and forced marriages, and female genital mutilations, in addition to our organization’s activities in the field, we are committed to advocating for the Government to implement national policies aimed at addressing these social scourges. We will produce flyers and leaflets including the following statements: zero gender-based violence, zero child marriage, zero early and forced marriage, and...

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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 : Cameroon
To be actioned in : Cameroon
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the State is committed to ensuring universal access to safe and quality modern contraceptive products

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the aim is to provide free access to modern contraceptive methods in public and private health facilities across the country by 2022. Access to these methods has been free in two regions: the Cascades and Centre-Ouest regions since 24 June 2019;

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

Modes of engagement:

  • Budgetary and financial
  • Programmatic action
Commitment made in : Burkina Faso
To be actioned in : Burkina Faso
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Addressing female and child morbidity and mortality by ensuring access to quality health care

Commitment description:

Burkina Faso is committed to continuing to provide free health care for children aged under 5 years and pregnant women, during childbirth (up to the 42nd day post-partum), including post-abortion care and screening for female cancers, as well as treatment for precancerous cervical lesions until 2025, by allocating at least USD 52,631,000 of the state budget per year. There are plans to integrate this measure into the universal health insurance scheme.

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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.

Modes of engagement:

  • Budgetary and financial
  • Policy and guidance
Commitment made in : Burkina Faso
To be actioned in : Burkina Faso
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3. Mobilize the required financing to finish the ICPD Programme of Action and sustain the gains already made

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Burkina Faso is committed to continuing its efforts to allocate budgetary resources to the health sector with a view to achieving the 15 per cent objective, in accordance with regional and international commitments, by 2025.

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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 : Burkina Faso
To be actioned in : Burkina Faso
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Harness the demographic dividend by investing in education and job creation

Commitment description:

Burkina Faso has made a clear decision to capitalize on its population, especially its young population, to accelerate economic growth and sustainable human development. The country is aware that harnessing the demographic dividend essentially depends on the quality of human capital, access to decent employment for young people and virtuous governance through participation and accountability. Given all of these challenges, Burkina Faso is committed to promoting decent employment and social...

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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 : Burkina Faso
To be actioned in : Burkina Faso
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improving the budget allocated to RH services

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Increase the government budget allocated to sexual and reproductive health care by 10 per cent each year

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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 : Benin
To be actioned in : Benin
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Harness the demographic dividend

Commitment description:

Ensure the systematic integration of the demographic variable at all levels of development planning

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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:

  • Policy and guidance
Commitment made in : Benin
To be actioned in : Benin

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