The report reviews progress to facilitate empowerment of women and girls, through the Social Analysis and Action model; ensure accountability and improve responsiveness of health systems, through the Community Score Card; reach the most vulnerable and marginalised, through our SAFPAC (Supporting Access to Family Planning and Post-Abortion Care) project in crisis-affected and fragile contexts; and build political will and mobilise action.
The Path to 2020: Delivering transformative, rights-based family planning
In 2012, CARE joined other civil society organisations, governments and donors to commit to providing an additional 120 million women and girls with family planning information and services by 2020. This report reviews CARE's progress towards our 2020 Family Planning commitments.
- Countries: Global
- Published: July 2017