sister organisations

A number of other organisations were established following the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) to advocate for nations to adhere to commitments they made at ICPD.

Among them are:

Action Canada for Population and Development (ACPD)
ACPD, also known as Action Canada pour la population et le développement, is an advocacy organization that focuses on sexual rights and health, reproductive rights and health, human rights and international migration.   ACPD publishes a monthly E-news bulletin, Friday Facts, and a periodic newsletter, Right On, in both French and English.  These publications are used to mobilize public support for sexual health and rights and reproductive health and rights, and international migration. These resources are available on our website. Of particular interest is the web page "Rethinking population and women" which describes the evolution in thiking since the mide-20th century.

FPA International Development (FPAID), New Zealand
FPAID works to raise awareness in New Zealand of population and development issues and increase commitment to sexual and reproductive health programmes, including family planning.  Established in 1996, it is a unit within the Family Planning Association of New Zealand.  It works primarily in Asia and the Pacific, and is committed to the reproductive rights and goals of the (ICPD) and the Millennium Development Goals. FPAID is funded by the Packard Foundation and the Hewlett Foundation.  It also receives some specific project funding from the New Zealand Agency for International Development and donations from individual sponsors.

 

Member of ACFID & Signatory to the ACFID Code of Conduct.
NGO Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations