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UNFPA Sri Lanka

Despite years of internal conflict and the lasting impact of the 2004 tsunami, Sri Lanka has made great progress in improving the status, health and education of women and has recently become a middle–income country. Its dramatic reductions in maternal mortality are a model for other countries and its slowly growing population is expected to stabilize by 2024. Since 1969, UNFPA has partnered with Sri Lanka to improve access and availability of quality reproductive health services and information for women, men and young people.

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Key results of Sri Lanka in 2021 View more
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Reproductive rights, laws and policies

Strategies were in place to align laws, policies and regulations on reproductive rights
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Gender-based violence platform

A national mechanism to engage multiple stakeholders to prevent and address gender-based violence was in place
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Minimum Initial Services Package

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Health service providers and managers were trained on the minimum initial service package
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Advocacy platforms against harmful social norms

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Communities developed advocacy platforms to eliminate discriminatory gender and sociocultural norms which affect women and girls

Key humanitarian results 2020

Affected population reached with Family Planning services

Dignity Kits distributed

Personnel trained on clinical management of rape

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Programme Activities

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    Sri Lanka 2021 Programme Activities data

    Utilization of sexual and reproductive health services
    Every woman, adolescent and youth everywhere, especially those furthest behind, has utilized integrated sexual and reproductive health services and exercised reproductive rights, free of coercion, discrimination and violence
    Total Spending:
    $973,540
    Implemented by:
    NGO $305,924 (31%)
    UNFPA $590,563 (61%)
    GOV $77,053 (8%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (29%)
    Ressources diverses (71%)
    Integrated sexual and reproductive health services
    Strengthened capacities to provide high-quality, integrated information and services for family planning, comprehensive maternal health, sexually transmitted infections and HIV, as well as information and services that are responsive to emergencies and fragile contexts
    Total Spending:
    $834,090
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $472,797 (57%)
    NGO $305,611 (37%)
    GOV $55,682 (7%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (22)
    Ressources diverses (78)
    Health workforce capacity
    Strengthened capacities of the health workforce, especially those of midwives, in health management and clinical skills for high-quality and integrated sexual and reproductive health services, including in humanitarian settings
    Total Spending:
    $12,452
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $4,909 (39%)
    GOV $7,543 (61%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (76)
    Ressources diverses (24)
    Sexual and reproductive health polices for those furthest behind
    Enhanced capacities to develop and implement policies, including financial protection mechanisms, that prioritize access to information and services for sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights for those furthest behind, including in humanitarian settings
    Total Spending:
    $126,999
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $112,857 (89%)
    NGO $313 (0%)
    GOV $13,829 (11%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (75)
    Ressources diverses (25)
    Empowerment of young people
    Every adolescent and youth, in particular adolescent girls, is empowered to have access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights, in all contexts
    Total Spending:
    $186,899
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $103,283 (55%)
    GOV $35,799 (19%)
    NGO $47,818 (26%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (31%)
    Ressources diverses (69%)
    Adolescents and youth policies
    Policies and programmes in relevant sectors tackle the determinants of adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health, development and well-being
    Total Spending:
    $37,521
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $28,639 (76%)
    GOV $8,882 (24%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (33)
    Ressources diverses (67)
    Adolescents and youth skills and capabilities
    Young people, in particular adolescent girls, have the skills and capabilities to make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health and rights, and well-being
    Total Spending:
    $107,120
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $37,136 (35%)
    NGO $47,818 (45%)
    GOV $22,166 (21%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (26)
    Ressources diverses (74)
    Youth leadership and participation
    Young people have opportunities to exercise leadership and participate in sustainable development, humanitarian action and in sustaining peace
    Total Spending:
    $42,259
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $37,508 (89%)
    GOV $4,751 (11%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (44)
    Ressources diverses (56)
    Gender equality and empowerment of women and girls
    Gender equality, the empowerment of all women and girls, and reproductive rights are advanced in development and humanitarian settings
    Total Spending:
    $661,427
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $632,105 (96%)
    GOV $16,377 (2%)
    NGO $12,945 (2%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (53%)
    Ressources diverses (47%)
    Prevention and addressing of gender-based violence
    Increased multisectoral capacity to prevent and address gender-based violence using a continuum approach in all contexts, with a focus on advocacy, data, health and health systems, psychosocial support and coordination
    Total Spending:
    $653,394
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $631,231 (97%)
    NGO $10,322 (2%)
    GOV $11,841 (2%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (54)
    Ressources diverses (46)
    Gender and sociocultural norms
    Strengthened civil society and community mobilization to eliminate discriminatory gender and sociocultural norms affecting women and girls
    Total Spending:
    $8,033
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $874 (11%)
    NGO $2,623 (33%)
    GOV $4,536 (56%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources diverses (100)
    Population and development
    development, sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights, HIV and gender equality
    Total Spending:
    $208,724
    Implemented by:
    NGO $31,175 (15%)
    UNFPA $165,177 (79%)
    GOV $12,372 (6%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (97%)
    Ressources diverses (3%)
    Population data systems
    Improved national population data systems to map and address inequalities; to advance the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and the commitments of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development; and to strengthen interventions in humanitarian crises
    Total Spending:
    $208,724
    Implemented by:
    UNFPA $165,177 (79%)
    NGO $31,175 (15%)
    GOV $12,372 (6%)
    Funded by:
    Ressources ordinaires (97)
    Ressources diverses (3)
    Tableaux de bord disponibles pour Sri Lanka

    Programme Documentation

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    CPD Sri Lanka [2023-2027] (DP/FPA/CPD/LKA/10)
    Cycle: 2023-2027
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    CPD Sri Lanka [2018-2022] (DP/FPA/CPD/LKA/9)
    Cycle: 2018-2022
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    UNDAF Sri Lanka [2013-2017]
    Cycle: 2013-2017
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    CPAP Sri Lanka [2013-2017]
    Cycle: 2013-2017
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    CPD Sri Lanka [2013-2017] (DP/FPA/CPD/LKA/8)
    Cycle: 2013-2017
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    CPD Sri Lanka [2008-2012] (DP/FPA/DCP/LKA/7)
    Cycle: 2008-2012
    Notes techniques et sources

    The designations employed and the presentation of material on the map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNFPA concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. The dotted line represents approximately the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir agreed upon by India and Pakistan. The final status of Jammu and Kashmir has not yet been agreed upon by the parties.

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