UNFPA Spending by Strategy Result Area in 2020 (Core and Non-Core Expenditure and Encumbrances)

Total:   $ 59 831 783

 

 

UNFPA strives for a world in which every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young person’s potential is fulfilled. Addressing HIV is integral to UNFPA’s goals of achieving universal access to sexual and reproductive health, as well as realizing human rights and gender equality. The agency promotes integrated HIV and sexual reproductive health services (SRHS) for young people, key populations, women and girls, and people living with HIV.


Working to achieve the SDGs under the umbrella of universal access to SRH, UNFPA in the current Strategic Plan (2018 - 2021) focusses its work on three transformative results areas:

  • Ending preventable maternal deaths;
  • Ending unmet need for family planning,
  • Ending gender-based violence an all harmful practices, including female genital mutilation and child, early and forced marriage.

UNFPA works on the ground in more than 150 countries and expands the possibilities for women and young people to lead healthy and productive lives. Preventing and treating HIV contributes to people attaining the highest attainable standard of health. Linking HIV and SRHR responses is a key delivery platform for HIV prevention and critical for reaching human rights, gender equality, and health targets for the Sustainable Development Goals.

 

In 2020, 109.5 million women and young people were reached with integrated sexual and reproductive health services, including within some fragile states and countries experiencing humanitarian crises. Between 2018 and 2020, the work of UNFPA averted 160 000 maternal deaths, 58.7 million unintended pregnancies, 367 000 new HIV infections and 16.3 million sexually transmitted infections (see www.unfpa.org/data/results).

Find more details in the Organizational report.