Donor Rankings, 2021
One of the six priorities for development cooperation for the Government of Norway is the strengthening of women's right to decide over their own bodies. In health, Norway wants to improve women’s, children’s and young people’s health; fight major infectious diseases; strengthen health systems in the poorest countries; and promote access to sexual and reproductive health services, particularly in crisis and conflict situations. In gender, Norway prioritizes girls’ education, gender-based violence and sexual and reproductive health and rights, among others. Ending female genital mutilation, comprehensive sexuality education and disability are other priority themes for Norway.
Norway prioritizes support to UNFPA’s core funding, which is considered the most efficient investment in the organization as it enables long-term planning, flexible responses to emerging priorities, and sustainable support for human rights-based programmes that improve the lives of women and young people in developing countries.
Norway supports UNFPA’s efforts to promote rights-based adolescent and youth development; programmes to end child marriage and teenage pregnancies; initiatives that enhance reproductive health and rights; and efforts to combat gender-based violence, including in humanitarian settings. Funding from Norway also supports UNFPA Supplies and the Joint Programme on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting.
UNFPA is a global leader in promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights. Norway is a strong supporter of UNFPA and a partner fighting for the right of women and girls to decide over their own body. Norway remains committed to stand up for this right, to counter opposition and be a consistent voice for women and girls at risk of being left behind.Anniken Huitfeldt, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Key Results 2018-2021
Sexual and Reproductive Health
Maternal deaths averted14,857Unsafe abortions prevented1,640,673Fistula repair surgeries supported4,635Adolescents were reached with integrated sexual and reproductive health services8,668,843
- Family planningUnintended pregnancies prevented5,333,859Couples protected for one year from unwanted pregnancies19,093,044HIV infections prevented by provision of female and male condoms33,629Marginalized girls were reached by life skills programmes842,835Sexually transmitted infections prevented by provision of female and male condoms1,494,628
- Gender based violence and harmful practicesGirls saved from female genital mutilation68,612Women and girls who were subjected to violence accessed essential services349,867Disabled women and girls who were suibjected to violence accessed essential services9,340Girls received prevention and/or protection services and care related to child, early and forced marriage679,582Girls and women received prevention and/or protection services and care related to female genital mutilation246,052Communities made public declarations to eliminate harmful practices2,636Health service providers and managers trained as trainers on minimum initial service package5,666Disclaimer
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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The pie chart represents overall core and non-core revenue recognized in a given year, with additional details for non-core funds.
Donors are displayed in order of overall contributions to UNFPA in a given year, as indicated by the drop-down menu.2021 | Top
Donor Global Statistics
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