The Donors Delivering for SRHR report is a joint project by Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (DSW) and the European Parliamentary Forum for Sexual and Reproductive Rights (EPF).

DSW and EPF focus their advocacy and development work on protecting the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of individuals in precarious situations across the world. This annual publication analyses and ranks the latest updated data available to track the disbursements of members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)’s, Development Assistance Committee (DAC) to SRHR, reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health (RMNCH), and family planning (FP), as part of their Official Development Aid (ODA).


This year‘s edition assesses the latest available data, which is from 2019. The analysis highlights similar unexpected rankings as seen in last year’s edition, where larger countries and donors are not necessarily spending more in relative terms; showing a lack of political prioritisation, a stabilisation and stagnation of funding for SRHR.

The top five SRHR donors as a percentage of total ODA in 2019 were the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, the UK, and Iceland, outperforming larger countries.

It seems that the countries that are furthest away from reaching the longstanding UN target for developed countries to give 0.7% of their GNI as ODA are also those who prioritise SRHR the least in their ODA.


As we strive to achieve #UHC, new tools 💊🔬💉are needed to address urgent... treatment & prevention gaps to ensure quality #HealthforAll. 📣 There is no #UHC without R&D! 📣 #UHCDay

In a new report released ahead of #WorldAIDSDay UNAIDS warns of millions of ... #AIDS deaths and continued devastation from pandemics if leaders don’t address inequalities.

To contribute to the end of #AIDS by 2030, the 🇪🇺 should:

✅Promote ... youth-friendly Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights #SRHR services
🔬Scale up funding for Research & Innovation

Check out more recommendations in our joint #WorldAidsDay2021 paper▶️

Lisa Goerlitz@LisaGoerlitz

Today we joined forces with @GHABrussels, @Aidsfonds_intl, @ILGAEurope, @ippfen, @EATGx, @MSF_access and @EuWateraid to provide some key recommendations for an effective EU AIDS response.

Have a look here➡️


📣 On #WorldAIDSDay we draw attention to the fact that women and girls in ... sub-Saharan Africa are at a greater risk of acquiring HIV than their male counterparts. Empowering adolescent girls helps reduce their risk of HIV infection.
#EndAIDS #EndInequalities #EU #YouthActionPlan

Today is #WorldAIDSDay ❗ 📣 Young women are disproportionately affected by ... HIV & AIDS. To end the epidemic we need new accessible, affordable tools that can be used without partner consent and investments in gender-sensitive R&I.

#GenderEquality in #HIVresearch

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NEXT WEEK- Learn how your country scores in terms of access to #fertility ... treatments, join us on 10 December as we launch the “European Atlas of Fertility Treatment Policies” in conjunction with @FertilityEurope.

#ChallengeTheOdds #EuropeanFertilityWeek

Isn’t equality part of the “European Way of Life” for @EU_Commission? ... Doesn’t Commission understand not everyone in #Europe fits in & identifies as 1 of the 2 gender boxes in their minds? Where has #UnityInDiversity gone?
@TheProgressives @ILGAEurope @TGEUorg @LGBTIintergroup

With my fellow @OdmWomen in a strategy meeting convened by our League President ... @BethMutunga. Hon. @AmondiNereah, Jael Omunyagoli and many more in the house. #TukoTayari


Today I join the global community in commemorating International World AIDS Day ... and call for a renewed commitment to ends AIDs as a public health threat. In the words of @Winnie_Byanyima, "End inequalities. End AIDS. End pandemics." #WorldAIDSDay


YKn seksuaali- ja lisääntymisjärjestö UNFPA:n pääsihteeri @Atayeshe ... vierailee parhaillaan eduskunnassa ja keskustelee @saarasofia n kanssa vaikeista teemoista-erityisen huolestuttavaa ovat yhä lisääntyvät kriisit ja niiden aikana tapahtuvasta seksuaaliväkivallasta. #afanistan

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