From choice, a world of possibilities
Linking Advocacy and Services to Advance Sexual and
Reproductive Rights:
Some tools developed by IPPF/WHR
RFSU, Annual
meeting
June 10, 2014
Contents
 Who we are? Why we work in LAC?
 Comprehensive advocacy model
 Tools developed and to be developed
 Concluding thoughts
IPPF/WHR
 One of Six Regions
 29 Member Associations
 One Affiliated Local
Organization per Country
 33 Million Health Services
in 2012
Latin America: Paradox of Growth
ANALYSIS AND PLANNING
Strategy
development
Political
Analysis
INSTITUTIONAL
STRENGTHENING
Increase
political will
Project
creation
(M&E)
Strengthen
capacities
Strengthen
Alliances
STRATEGY
IMPLEMENTATION
FOR POLITICAL CHANGE
Public
Relations
IEC
COMPREHENSIVE
ADVOCACY MODEL
ACCOUNTABILITY
Transparency
Budget
monitoring
Civil Society
participation
Social
Mobilization
Media
Other
tactics
Tools developed
ANALYSIS AND PLANNING
Political
Analysis
Strategy
development
Project
creation
(M&E)
Handbook for political analysis and
mapping:
The handbook helps analyze the
structural and institutional features of the
state and the key actors involved and
provides activities that guide in the
development of advocacy campaigns.
Tools developed
STRATEGY
IMPLEMENTATION
FOR POLITICAL CHANGE
Public
Relations
IEC
Social
Mobilization
Handbook for Advocacy Planning:
This handbook aims to help build organizations'
capacity to design effective advocacy projects that
advance sexual and reproductive rights. It explains
concepts related to advocacy and introduces the
advocacy models used by IPPF/WHR.
Media
Other
tactics
Tools developed
ACCOUNTABILITY
Transparency
Budget
monitoring
Civil Society
participation
Handbook for Budget
Analysis and Tracking in
Advocacy Projects:
This manual helps facilitate the
process of incorporating
budget analysis and tracking
elements in advocacy
planning. It offers a way to
determine the steps needed to
identify and monitor specific
areas of expenditure that
contribute to achieving the
political change.
Tools to be developed for CSOs to hold
governments accountable
ACCOUNTABILITY
Transparency
Budget
monitoring
Civil Society
participation
Some tools in progress
ACCOUNTABILITY
Transparency
Budget
monitoring
Civil Society
participation
SRH Budget Analysis Guide:
This guide will provide technical tools
to allow CSOs to participate in the
budgetary process by identifying
where to look for the specific SRH
budget information, to analyze that
information and to strategize on what
messages can be crafted to ensure
funding for the policy change.
Some tools in progress
ACCOUNTABILITY
Transparency
Budget
monitoring
Civil Society
participation
Handbook for conducting social audits on SRH services:
This handbook will provide a step by step guide on how to carry
out social audits on SRH services such as YFS and abortion
services to assess whether or not the political change is being
adequately implemented.
Concluding Thoughts
 Providers of SRH services as leaders of political change
 Build capacity to do political mappings and engage in
advocacy
 Focus on policy change as well as implementation
 Build capacity to carry out budget tracking & accountability
 Expand use of social audits models
 South-to-south approach to knowledge transfer
“we have learned that fighting battles for “all or nothing” is the
best way so that nothing changes and all stays the same”…
Jose Mujica, President of Uruguay –March 1, 2010
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Some tools developed by IPPF/WHR