Projects

STRATEGIC OUTCOME 1: 100 Governments Respect, Protect and Fulfil Sexual and Reproductive Rights and Gender Equality

 

1.      SHARE-Sexual Health Accountability, Response and Empowerment; Through Community Actions.

 

2.      RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW (RHRN)

 

3.      Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Advocacy

The DFPA framework is a 4-year Project supported by DANIDA and the Obel Family Foundation. The Project builds on learnings and evidence from the Women in Reproductive Health and Rights project, the Pambazuko project (Population Health and Environment), SRHR and Corporate Social Responsibility, LBGT Rights are Human Rights and Human Rights, Advocacy, Media and Security projects. These projects were implemented in Nairobi, Kisumu and Siaya between 2014 and 2018. The new project will be implemented in both urban and rural settings and at the National level.

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) encompass the right of all individuals to make decisions concerning their sexual activity and reproduction free from discrimination, coercion, and violence. Specifically, access to SRHR ensures that individuals can choose whether, when, and with whom to engage in sexual activity, to choose whether and when to have children and to access the information and means to do so. The third principle of the United Nation’s Women empowerment principles encourages private sector companies to ensure the health, including sexual and reproductive health, of all workers.  Good health of both women and children is a basic human right and also contributes to economic growth.  For every dollar spent on key interventions for reproductive, maternal, new-born and child health, 20 USD is saved. An estimated 290,000 women die each year in developing countries from pregnancy related causes, and 2.9 million new-borns die in the first month of life.  Nearly all of these deaths could be prevented with adequate medical care.

Theme 1: Equal Rights Equal Access

Theme 2: SRHR and Gender Equality

Theme 3: SRHR, Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change

Theme 4: SRHR for Youth

Theme 5: SRHR and the Private Sector

 

4.      Global Advocacy and Accountability Programme (GAAP)

 

STRATEGIC OUTCOME 2: 1 Billion People to Act Freely On Their Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

 

1.      WAJIBIKA: Empowering Adolescents and Young people

2.      GET UP SPEAK OUT (GUSO)

3.      Young Empowered, Accountable and Healthy (YEAH) –Sex Manenos

 

STRATEGIC OUTCOME 3: Two Billion Quality Integrated Sexual and Reproductive Health Services Delivered

1.      Expanding Access to and Utilization of Quality Integrated SRH Information and Services

2.      Global Comprehensive Abortion Care Initiative (GCACI)

3.      Global Gag Rule Mitigation Project

4.      The Challenge Initiative (TCI)

5.      Girls Reproductive Health Empowerment Access and Transformation (GREAT) project

6.      GATE II = Girls Attaining Transformation and Empowerment

7.      Promoting access to family planning information and services among women, men and girls with visual impairment (UNFPA)

 

STRATEGIC OUTCOME 4: A High Performing, Accountable and United Federation

1.      Strengthening FHOK Resource Base for Sustainability

2.      Building Resilience Through Social Enterprise (MOTIVATE)

  1. Governance and Accreditation
  2. Reliable Information for Strategic Decision Making (Monitoring and Evaluation)

5.      Prudent Financial Management for Organizational Growth and Sustainability