New Resource: EuroMapping 2013

EuroMapping is a joint annual study by DSW ((Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevoelkerung) and EPF (the European Parliamentary Forum) that scrutinises EU countries’ development aid for population assistance and reproductive health, both in terms of their pledged commitments and actual disbursements. The findings of EuroMapping offer a unique overview of how European donors contribute to the four categories of population assistance that were established in 1994: Basic reproductive Health Services, Family Planning, STDs and HIV/AIDS and basic research. This year’s report comes at an important time in the current debates on the post-2015 agenda and on global commitments to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights.