Health for All

FIGO Response to the Nairobi Statement

FIGO welcomes the Nairobi Statement on ICPD25: Accelerating the Promise , and looks forward to working with National Member Societies, partners and fellow women’s health champions...

ICPD25 Commitment: maternal health and rights

FIGO's statement on our commitment to zero preventable maternal deaths as part of universal health coverage (UHC), at the Nairobi Summit marking the 25th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development...

ICPD25 Commitment: family planning

FIGO's statement on our commitment to family planning as part of universal health coverage (UHC), at the Nairobi Summit marking the 25th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development...

Women’s access to quality health care at every age

FIGO's alignment with the Beijing Platform for Action, aiming to increase women's access to appropriate, affordable and quality health care throughout the life cycle...

Political Declaration of the High Level Meeting on UHC

FIGO's voice was heard ahead of the UN High-Level Meeting on Universal Health Coverage: moving together to build a healthier world ...

Moving together towards UHC

Reaching the last mile leading up to September’s United Nations High-Level Meeting (HLM) on Universal Health Coverage...

FIGO at 65: Looking Ahead

As FIGO celebrates an important milestone, we look ahead to the future of our work, dedicated to improving women's health and rights on a global scale...

FIGO at 65: the Power of Partnership

Partnership, fellowship and dialogue have always been at the heart of FIGO's work to improve the health and wellbeing of every woman, and our commitment to SDG17: Partnerships For The Goals...

The expanded 'global gag rule'

FIGO speaks to Jill Sheffield about how 'Global Gag Law' further damages progress towards ending the 'unfinished business' of women’s health and rights...

Medically inaccurate language on abortion

FIGO has joined coalition of leading reproductive healthcare organisations demanding the BBC stop using the phrase "heartbeat bill" in its coverage of attempts in some US states to introduce six week abortion bans...