UNFPA Spending by Result Area in 2022 (Core and Non-Core Expenditure and Encumbrances)

Total:   $ 56 013 753



UNFPA strives for a world in which every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, and every young person’s potential is fulfilled. Approved in 2021, the UNFPA 2022–2025 Strategic Plan includes key shifts of scaling up the provision of high-quality, comprehensive sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information and services (inclusive of HIV), as part of universal health coverage plans;incorporating the multisectoral needs of women, adolescents and youth along the continuum of care; and addressing structural inequalities, such as discriminatory gender and social norms, that hinder achievement of UNFPA's three transformative results.

Actions include scaling up national interventions on equity in access and the quality of comprehensive SRH care by supporting national efforts to implement the essential sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) package. That includes, inter alia, comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) and the prevention and treatment of HIV and other STIs. In addition, action is taken to identify marginalized and vulnerable populations who experience inequities in access to comprehensive SRHR information and services along the continuum of care.

UNFPA’s approach to HIV and other STIs is part of ensuring good sexual health and wellbeing, a foundation for good reproductive health. The promotion of sexual health is part of UNFPA’s Strategic Plan for 2022–2025 and it contributes to the 2021–2026 Global AIDS Strategy. Using an integrated approach, the upcoming strategy on HIV/STI and sexual health positions the work within UNFPA’s comprehensive framework on SRHR across the life course

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