Join UNFPA in delivering a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe, and every young person’s potential is fulfilled. Our partners make progress possible as they join us in uniting behind this mission.
From an individual voice to collaborations with other UN agencies, we are working together with diverse partners towards common challenges. UNFPA is reinvigorating and expanding partnerships, including those with the private sector, civil society organizations, international financial institutions, academia and media, as well as partnerships through South-South and triangular cooperation.
The UNFPA Strategic Plan 2022-2025 calls upon the global community to act, work together and secure the investment needed for scaling up innovative and impactful interventions to accelerate the ICPD Programme of Action and achieve the three transformative results.
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civil society organizations
Grassroots, youth-led and women-led civil society organizations can engage in policy dialogues, advocate for increased financing for the ICPD agenda and work side-by-side with UNFPA to reach those furthest behind – including in humanitarian crises. Feminist groups and social movements, especially those led by women and inclusive of those furthest behind, are a critical lever towards the transformative change needed to achieve gender equality.
Among the strongest advocates for the rights and needs of people, Parliamentarians can mobilize political will, funding and accountability – enacting laws and fostering understanding.
Partners in academia can provide research, data and analysis that is essential for evidence-based decision making, innovation and advocacy. Join TransformU, a university network UNFPA created to work effectively with the academic community.
With dynamic partners in the private sector, we can accelerate, scale up and co-create solutions. Private sector partners can mobilize tools and knowledge, unlock financial resources and promote the health and well-being of women in the workplace – including the garment industry.
Sports organizations can use sport as a platform for gender equality and inclusion, creating campaigns and events that not only raise awareness but increase access to sexual and reproductive health information and services.