Women’s Integrated Sexual Health Programme (WISH2ACTION)

Multi-country

The Project

The Women’s Integrated Sexual Health programme (WISH2ACTION – W2A) is a £132 million UK Aid-funded programme, led by IPPF, focused on providing contraception as part of integrated and holistic healthcare to women. W2A aims to provide contraception to 2.2m additional users in 15 countries across South and East Asia and Africa between 2018-2021. The programme is run by a consortium of five organisations: International Rescue Committee (IRC), Options, Development Media International, Mary Stopes International (MSI) and Humanity and Inclusion UK (HI). Ten IPPF member organisations help deliver the programme.

 

LAMP is working with IPPF to develop a comprehensive value for money framework across the programme, in line with DFID’s value for money initiative which looks to embed greater accountability and impact in spending on overseas development aid.  LAMP conducted an assessment of VFM and developed the VFM Framework to provide information for external reporting and internal insights.

Highlights

  • Year 1 Assessment found over £820k VFM savings had been made since the programme started, which is equivalent to 1.7% of programme expenditure in the same period
  • Webinar on VFM held for over 50 participants across 15 countries
  • VFM framework designed to align with organisations’ existing principles related to VFM

Client Testimonial

LAMP’s project objectives were achieved, and we received positive feedback from DFID on the final output. The report led to some interesting discussions with DFID and between partners. The number-crunching and the organization of data was excellent. I think we worked very well together. Jennifer and Susie were always prompt and responsive.

- Senior manager - M&E, KEEP

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