Joining Forces for Voices and Accountability
In partnership with IPPF's European Network, and with the support of UKaid, we are carrying out a five-year advocacy initiative in 11 countries in Latin America and Central Asia/Eastern Europe to strengthen the capacity of civil society organizations to hold national governments accountable for their commitments to gender equality and universal access to sexual and reproductive health services.
The Voices project works to develop robust civil society coalitions, fortify the advocacy skills and strategies of our Member Associations, and create favorable sexual and reproductive health and rights policies and programs in each country. We accomplish these goals by providing educational trainings and workshops, on-going political analysis, pilot experiences assessing budget transparency, and technical assistance.
Click here to read five case studies of how citizens in Peru, Mexico, Bolivia, Panama, and the Dominican Republic are working together to demand transparency and responsiveness from their governments.