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SRHR Financing

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Maria Bordallo

on 13 December 2016

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Transcript of SRHR Financing

Humanitarian Aid:
How much is needed & available
SRHR Financing

Who pays for SRHR?
Sustainable Development Goals
Financing Landscape

3 Major shifts:
From ODA to Domestic
From Public to Private
From Grants to Loans
Maria Bordallo
Independent Consultant
For Reproductive Health
increased funding requests
increased absolute funding
x2 funding for sexual & GBV
Of all Gender-sensitive Proposals:
57% Maternal Child Health
38% HIV/Sexually Transmitted Infections
23% Reproductive Health
15% Family Planning
Proposals that containined all components Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) raised by 40%
Big gap for adolescents (3.5%), largely unfunded

In Fragile Contexts
Crucial connection: Climate Change and SRHR
Start or boost work on
Advocacy for Funding
at all levels (including more sustainability and predictability)

Keep making the case for
SRHR as an integral need
in fragile contexts (level to water, food, shelter)

Make a better link between
Climate Change a

Keep supporting/investing/connecting with
data &

projects and initiatives: How much money there is, and what works and does not.

All stakeholders must also increase attention to
long- term investments
that can help address underlying causes of crises, especially underdevelopment, and build the resilience of individuals, communities and nations to help mitigate the impact. Preparedness is equally important.
Only 0,5% of all humanitarian goes to SRHR

Available: Increase of ODA from 50$ million in 2012 to 107$ million in 2014

Needed: From 76 Million in 2006 for SRHR
million in 2014
Among the 11,347 funding proposals presented to the international donor community for support for health and protection in 345 emergencies between 2002 and 2013, 34% per cent— were relevant to reproductive health
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