We compared each donor’s actual funding for family planning and reproductive health to their fair share of funding. Then we ranked them based on how close they come to meeting their fair share. Rankings can be very telling: only two countries—Luxembourg and The Netherlands—even come close to meeting ...
their fair share of funding for family planning and reproductive health. We “Thank” them for leading the way.
A small set of countries including Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom are funding at least one-third of their fair share. This is good, but it is time for these countries to “Break Open the Banks” and meet their fair share.
The vast majority of donors, including the United States, are falling far short of their fair share. They get “Spanks” (figuratively speaking, of course).
We hope that this healthy competition will give the delegates something to talk about during the high-level dialogues, cocktail receptions and dinner meetings. Who knows, next year the ranking could look very different. Let’s all aim for more “Thanks” and less “Spanks.”
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