IFPA – Joining the Dots

About the Work

At least 225 million women worldwide who wish to avoid pregnancy lack access to family planning information, supplies and services. In most developing countries, the availability of contraception relies largely on funding from the aid programmes of donor countries. Yet there is a funding gap of around $273 million between now and 2020. If this gap is not closed, progress towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals will be set back significantly. But if all the women globally who wish to have access to modern forms of contraception have their needs met, this will make a significant impact on the targets of combatting poverty, improving health and achieving gender equality, women’s empowerment and sustainable development.
VO recording, Music, Sound Design and Mix by Giles Packham

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