Germany is developing a new initiative on Voluntary Family Planning
Description/achievement of initiative

Germany is developing a new initiative on Voluntary Family Planning with resources to be made available for family planning and reproductive health and rights as part of Germany’s ongoing annual commitment in the area of mother and child health of 300m euros per year and Germany’s commitment made in June at Muskoka of an additional 400m euros over the next five years.

Implementation methodologies

By developing a new initiative with resources to be made available for family planning and reproductive health and rights. Germany will also provide financial support in area of mother and child health. For additional information, please refer to the website: Federal Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth of Germany
Deliverables
Deliverable Date
Germany is developing a new initiative on Voluntary Family Planning with resources to be made available for family planning and reproductive health and rights as part of Germany’s ongoing annual commitment in the area of mother and child health of 300m euros per year 2015
Germany’s commitment made in June at Muskoka of an additional 400m euros over the next five years. 2015
Resources devoted to implementation
Type Details
Financing (in USD) $2,000,000,000

Action Network
  • Every Woman Every Child
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