Allocate budgetary resources to ensure the sustainability of the sexual and reproductive health program in order to respect Abuja's commitment.
Fight for zero preventable maternal deaths.
Improve the supply chain of sexual and reproductive health-related commodities, including family planning.
Ensure zero unmet need for family planning information and services and universal availability of modern contraceptives;
Strengthen institutional capacity, including the training of professionals, to respond to the sexual and reproductive health needs in the country, with emphasis on the needs of adolescents and young people;
Promote actions for young people to have access to age-appropriate information and needed youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services, including the mainstreaming of comprehensive sexuality education into primary and secondary education, for both school teachers and students.
Nos comprometemos en aprovechar el dividendo demográfico para asegurar la inversión en servicios e información sobre salud sexual y salud reproductiva, salud, educación y empleo para la juventud, así como adultos mayores.
Por lo tanto, nos comprometemos a asegurar “cero” necesidades insatisfechas en relación al acceso y disponibilidad de: información en anticoncepción, anticonceptivos modernos de calidad, segura y asequible; incluyendo situaciones de crisis o emergencia humanitaria.
Nos comprometemos a incorporar intervenciones interseccionales, integrales y efectivas sobre salud, salud mental, derechos sexuales y derechos reproductivos en los programas, políticas y estrategias en el marco de la cobertura universal en salud y la educación sexual integral (ESI), incluida la interrupción legal del embarazo (ILE), según marco normativo vigente.
Por lo tanto, nos comprometemos a maximizar nuestro esfuerzo para alcanzar “cero” muertes maternas evitables.
En general, nos comprometemos a intensificar nuestros esfuerzos para movilizar recursos para asegurar el financiamiento e implementación efectiva, acelerada y plena del Programa de Acción de la Conferencia Internacional sobre Población y Desarrollo (CIPD) y de la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS).
Less need for family planning information and services, and universal availability of quality, affordable and safe modern contraceptives.
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 reproductive lives, to adequately protect themselves from unintended pregnancies, gender-based violence, sexually transmitted infections and HIV/AIDS, and to be able to transition safely and happily into adulthood.
Minimized number of sexual and gender-based violence, including child, in order to realize all individuals’ potential as agents of change in their society – both socially and economically.
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.
Working 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.
Building peaceful, just and inclusive societies, where all people, including the old and the young, people with disabilities, and ethnic minorities.
Australia remains fully committed to delivering on the ICPD and its Programme of Action both nationally and through our support for global action. We will continue to provide strong support to UNFPA and other key organisations delivering sexual and reproductive health services and rights. We remain focused on supporting improved sexual and reproductive health and rights outcomes in Pacific island states, and in humanitarian settings.
Australia will continue to support partner governments of six Pacific countries to reduce unmet need for family planning. Our Transformative Agenda for Women, Adolescents and Youth initiative in partnership with UNFPA, will progressively reduce the unmet need for family planning information and services, and build more conducive and supportive environments for people to access and benefit from these services.
Comprehensive sexuality education is key to ensuring people have the information they need to make informed decisions about their health and the direction of their lives. By 2022, Australia will support six Pacific countries to update all comprehensive sexuality education/family life education curricula to align with international standards.
Cervical cancer, caused by a sexually transmitted infection, is one of the leading causes of death of women in Pacific island countries and is preventable. By 2022, Australia will support five Pacific countries to establish national cervical cancer policies.
Australia is assisting Indo-Pacific countries to accelerate progress towards Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by strengthening health systems and building the financial and programmatic sustainability of health programs. We will increase our support to the ‘Advance UHC’ initiative, a partnership with the World Bank, to support sustainable domestic financing for health services that also support sexual reproductive health and rights.
Strengthen efforts to reduce Maternal Mortality Rate from 169 to 70 per 100,000 live births by 2030 through adequate coverage and quality of maternal health care, including quality institutional delivery, midwifery services, 4 Ante-Natal Care/Post-Natal Care visits, adequate response to Post-Partum Haemorrhage and Eclampsia, reducing child marriage and ensuring Post-partum Family Planning.
Reduce unmet need for Family Planning (FP), ensuring the availability and access to all family planning methods and contraceptives for everyone. Specific attention will be paid to adolescents and young married couples, and ensuring active male participation in Family Planning.
Reduce gender-based violence, early and forced marriages, harassment, and discrimination of girls & women through eliminating child marriage, and ensuring the implementation of the National Action Plans to End Violence Against Women and to End Child Marriage.