||Description of Goal
|Maternal and newborn health
||Increase by 25 percent the proportion of adolescent girls (10-19) accessing high-quality care (antenatal, intra-partum, and postpartum) to address the health and social risks associated with adolescent pregnancy and childbirth, and improve newborn outcomes.
|Family planning and reproductive health
||Increase access to effective family planning, with the goal of meeting 50 percent of the current unmet need for modern methods of family planning among 15- to 24-year-olds who desire to avoid, space, or delay pregnancy. The 10 to 14 age group is to be reached with information and education to build their awareness and access.
||Reduce anemia by 25 percent among adolescent girls and young women, by providing iron and folic acid supplementation, as well as nutrition education and counseling, to at least 75 percent of 10- to 24-year-olds. Through dedicated operational research, fill gaps in knowledge on the nutritional status and landscape of adolescents.
|Vaccination against HPV
||Prevent cervical cancer by achieving 50-75 percent coverage of HPV vaccine among 9- to 14-year-old girls. This effort would seek to fully immunize 40 million girls.
||The fund will underwrite combining education and other development activities (e.g., empowerment, gender-based violence, child marriage) with core health programs; make use of results-based financing; and support operational research.
||Support emerging innovators in the target countries.
|Data and metrics
||Ensure that the United States and its partners adopt common metrics that ultimately demonstrate programmatic impact.
|Management and operations
||8 percent of sub-total
||Support headquarters and in-country operational costs needed to successfully implement the initiative.