Policy Commitments and Calls to Action
- Promises governments, donors and others have made to ensure greater availability and accessibility of family planning services
- Rationales behind these commitments
- Recommended actions
These resources include global initiatives such as the July 2012 London Summit on Family Planning and the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development Beyond 2014 review as well as more regional efforts such as the 2011 Call to Action for Francophone West Africa. Advocates can use these resources in a number of ways. These documents could prove useful for calling on government decision makers to deliver on their international or regional commitments. Advocates may also analyze any disparities between commitments and actions and bring these to the attention of relevant decision makers.
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