During 2011, FCI undertook a comprehensive review of our organizational mission and strategy. After intensive discussions involving FCI staff in six countries on three continents, our Board, and a range of colleagues, donors, and peers, we refined and agreed on an institutional strategic framework to guide our work in the crucial period from 2012 through 2015, the deadline year for achieving the Millennium Development Goals. This framework is founded on FCI’s unique mix of institutional experience, relationships, and skills; on the niche that we have carved out through more than two decades of work at the global and country levels; and on an assessment of what needs to be done in order to achieve our vision.
FCI's Core Strategies
FCI works to improve reproductive, maternal, and newborn health by:
FCI envisions a world where no woman suffers preventable pregnancy-related injury or death, where childbirth is safe for mothers and their babies, and where all people are able to enjoy their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
FCI seeks to improve the health and well-being of women, girls, and newborns in the developing world by working to:
Make pregnancy and childbirth safer
Ensure universal access to reproductive health care and information
Empower women, young people, and communities
These values guide FCI’s work both within our organization and within the global and local communities in which we work: