Countdown 2015 Europe Resources

  • “Towards a post-2015 development framework” – Position paper by EuroNGOs, Countdown 2015 Europe, IPPF EN and ASTRA (January 2013) Read the document
  • High Level Panel Meeting “Building a social contract for health” – European Development Days, Brussels, 16-17 October 2012 Read about the event
  • Countdown 2015 Europe High Level Expert Meeting “International Dialogue on Family Planning and Inclusive and Sustainable Development in the Future of European Development Cooperation” – Brussels, 20 March 2012 Read about the event
  • Countdown 2015 Europe Advocacy Toolkit:
    • Handbook : “The Unmet Need for Family Planning: Handbook of Advocacy Tools for Stating the Case for Meeting the Need” EN FR ES
    • Two PowerPoint presentations:
    • Countdown 2015 Europe Fact Sheets: 
1. Family Planning & women’s empowerment

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2. Sustainable development, population & family planning

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3. The need for family planning among adolescents

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4. Family planning saves lives and improves health

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5. Family planning, poverty & economic development

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6. Family planning from a human rights perspective

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    • Policy brief: European support to Family Planning and Reproductive Health – Overall policy and funding trends Read the briefing
    • Testimonies by partners from the Global South and experts on the importance of addressing the unmet need for family planning Read the testimonies

 

 

  • The Unmet Need for Family Planning: a Desk Review of Evidence Stating the Case for Meeting the Need, 2011 Read Desk Review

 

  • The Role of Reproductive Health and Reproductive Health Supplies in Strengthening Health Systems, 2009. Read Report

 

  • Fact Sheet: The Role of Sexual and Reproductive Health in Strengthening Health Systems: Recommendations for European Institutions and Donors. Read Report

 

  • Fact Sheet Reproductive Health Supplies (Português). Read Report