The Annual Performance Report 2020 summarizes progress made by IPPF to achieve our Strategic Framework 2016-2022 so that everyone can realize their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Sexual and reproductive health services delivered
IPPF delivers quality, integrated sexual and reproductive health services with a focus on reaching the poor and vulnerable to ensure that no one is denied the services they need due to service provider attitudes, stigma, discrimination or inability to pay.
People receiving clinical services from IPPF
IPPF provides quality integrated sexual and reproductive health services to those who are most in need and who are more likely to be socially-excluded and underserved.
Couple years of protection
Couple years of protection (CYP) refers to the total number of years of contraceptive protection provided to a couple. The majority of IPPF's CYP comes from long-acting and permanent methods, with intrauterine devices being the largest contributor.
couple years of protection (CYP)
IPPF's service delivery model
IPPF provides sexual and reproductive health services in static clinics, and mobile and outreach facilities that are owned and operated by Member Associations as well as through a large network of IPPF community-based distributors. We also enable services in associated health facilities and support other public and private providers to distribute contraceptive methods. Many of our service delivery points operate in remote locations to reach those with greatest unmet need.
Other key results
IPPF’s provision of contraception averted millions of unintended pregnancy and unsafe abortion. IPPF delivered comprehensive sexuality education programmes to young people in both in school and out of school settings, and almost half of all clinical services are delivered to young people.