Say the word “budget,” and people’s eyes glaze over. I know. I see it happening right now. But before you stop reading, let’s try this – do you know where your paycheck goes every month? Would you like to know … Continue Reading
Financing and Aid Effectiveness
Last week, UN Member States, civil society, regional commissions, observers and specialized agencies gathered in New York City for the 46th Session of the Commission on Population and Development (CPD).* This year’s theme was migration, and the negotiations produced a … Continue Reading
by Suzanna Dennis My blog yesterday tried to make sense of the financial commitments made at July’s London Summit on Family Planning. Today the organizers of the Summit are concluding two-days of meetings on how to implement the commitments. While we … Continue Reading
by Suzanna Dennis Last week the eagerly awaited Southern country commitments from the London Summit on Family Planning hit the web. They complement the $2.6 billion in “new” money that donors and the private sector pledged for family planning over … Continue Reading
Aid effectiveness and government investments directly shape the amount and quality of funding for reproductive health.