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.


#GenderInequality showed deeply in the COVID-19 pandemic. Sexual and ... reproductive health was not deeemd as essential leaving many women and girls without access to contraception, says Natalia Kanem @Atayeshe from @UNFPA. #WHS2021

“The proposed #HERA could play a vital role, if it is given the mandate to ... cooperate globally and support Africa comprehensively.”

In the latest #DSWExplains, @agustinmlasanta talks about #EUAfrica cooperation against epidemics and lessons learned from COVID-19.


.@TeamUpUG is a program in cooperation with @dsw_de in the area of health, ... @HRNStiftung in the area of agribusiness, @SiemensStiftung in the area of water & @BMZ_Bund.
Since the program began, 88 communities now have a working water supply.#TeamUpUG @action4hU @Whave_Solutions

.@TeamUpUG is a program in cooperation w/ @dsw_de in the area of health, ... @HRNStiftung in the area of agribusiness, @SiemensStiftung in the area of water & @BMZ_Bund. Since the program began, over 51,000 youth have received information on SRH.

@action4hU @Whave_Solutions

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"I liked it a lot. The appointment was nice and I felt really good,” says ... Mainara.

She’s one of the women we’ve reached with our telemedicine project in #Brazil.

Learn more about how #telemedicine connects women to remote health care:


Every woman has sexual and reproductive rights!

Check out the full interview ... with @UNFPA Technical Division Director @JulittaOnabanjo in @newafricanwoman:

#WeekendReads #SRHR

Last week at our conference in #Warsaw, Commissioner @helenadalli joined us via ... video message.
She remarked that "high quality sexual and reproductive health services are essential to both women and girls as well as men and boys."
#SRHR #ReproductiveHealth

Bezoek “#LGBT-free zone”. Dwz, zones vrij van de “LGBT-ideologie”.

Zou ... niet zijn om LGBT’ers te discrimineren. Wel om “klassiek Pools gezin” te beschermen. Tegen bvb mannen die hand in hand lopen.

Bullshit. Geaardheid of genderidentiteit =/= ideologie.

Today we sent this letter to urge members of the Slovak Parliament to reject the... proposed restrictions on access to abortion care & information and to refrain from any further proposals seeking to undermine and restrict women’s sexual & reproductive health & rights in #Slovakia.

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