Donor Rankings, 2020
The development and foreign policy priorities of Ireland strongly align with the work and mandate of UNFPA. Ireland’s policy for international development names gender equality and strengthening governance to realise human rights as two of four overarching policy priorities. The policy commits to intensifying work in intervention clusters on protection and people, including health and education action. Ireland’s policy focus aligns strongly with UNFPA’s work on ending maternal and infant mortality, promoting universal access to quality maternal and reproductive health care, supporting safe motherhood, promoting HIV/AIDS prevention strategies, and ending harmful practices against women and girls including gender-based violence and female genital mutilation. UNFPA’s humanitarian work aligns with the Government of Ireland’s policy priority on reducing humanitarian need and its focus on human rights and fragile contexts.
Specific areas of collaboration between the Government of Ireland and UNFPA include: Gender-based violence prevention and response; support for sexual and reproductive health; promotion of HIV prevention; supporting population and housing censuses; reduction of teenage pregnancy; abandonment of female genital mutilation; contributions to UNFPA Supplies Programme to improve the health and well-being of women and girls everywhere and the Maternal Health Thematic Fund, which provides midwifery training, obstetric fistula repair surgeries and other activities to strengthen maternal health services; and support to the organisation of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD)+25 event in Nairobi and the full implementation of the ICPD Programme of Action.
Ireland is a longstanding supporter of UNFPA and I commend the vital work being undertaken by the organisation. Its work addresses not only the vital issues of maternal and reproductive health but also the fundamental challenges of gender equality and women’s empowerment.As we work towards the global implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, Ireland continues to place a high priority on our partnership with UNFPA. The ambitious vision of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development can only be achieved if we address the inequalities – including gender and reproductive health inequalities – which hold women and girls back from realising their rights and ambitions.Colm Brophy TD, Minister of State for Overseas Development and Diaspora, Ireland
News & Updates
Statement by UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Natalia Kanem at the closing ceremony of the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25.
Excellencies, distinguished participants, dear friends:
What an incredible three days this has been. Thank you. Nashukuru sana.
Energy, excitement, passion! We have all seen and felt that and more this week.
We have come together – over 9500 participants from more than 170 countries – with a profound sense of shared purpose. We have learned together and celebrated together; we have engaged one another and shared the common bonds that…
Distinguished Members of the Executive Board,
Colleagues and friends,
Good morning! A very happy new year to each and every one of you.
First, allow me to congratulate Ambassador Cho Tae-yul of the Republic of Korea on his election as President of the Executive Board. A warm welcome also to the rest of the Bureau, Ambassador…
Key Results 2019
Sexual and Reproductive Health
Maternal deaths averted604Unsafe abortions prevented63,908Fistula repair surgeries supported191Adolescents were reached with integrated sexual and reproductive health services328,157UNFPA-assisted safe deliveries in humanitarian and fragile contexts5,000
- Family planningUnintended pregnancies prevented221,118Couples protected for one year from unwanted pregnancies687,500HIV infections prevented by provision of female and male condoms1,425Marginalized girls were reached by life skills programmes20,891Sexually transmitted infections prevented by provision of female and male condoms63,500
- Gender based violence and harmful practicesGirls saved from female genital mutilation1,140Lives saved150,000Women and girls who were subjected to violence accessed essential services8,283Disabled women and girls who were suibjected to violence accessed essential services404Girls received prevention and/or protection services and care related to child, early and forced marriage21,951Girls and women received prevention and/or protection services and care related to female genital mutilation4,034Communities made public declarations to eliminate harmful practices27Communities developed advocacy platforms to eliminate discriminatory gender and sociocultural norms38Health service providers and managers trained as trainers on minimum initial service package99Disclaimer
Key results are for illustrative purposes only, and reflect what a donor has contributed to through funding to UNFPA since 2018. Key results presented here may not reflect the figures provided by government donors.
Contributions Since 2014
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Donor Global Statistics
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