To ask Her Majesty's Government what percentage of UK Official Development Assistance expenditure on sexual and reproductive health and rights comes from (1) the cross-government funds, (2) the Conflict Stability and Security Fund, and (3) the Prosperity Fund.
The Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) and the Prosperity Fund are both cross-Government funds. Neither has programmes specifically supporting sexual and reproductive health and rights. The CSSF’s portfolio includes programmes which seek to prevent sexual violence in conflict situations and which empower women to seek justice. The Prosperity Fund portfolio will include programmes in the health sector.
More broadly, all ODA funded CSSF and Prosperity Fund programmes must comply with the 2014 International Development (Gender Equality) Act. This means integrating activities which are likely to contribute to reducing gender inequality.
More information on the CSSF, including details on spend broken down by theme, can be found in the CSSF annual report. Information on the Prosperity Fund can be found in its 2016/17 annual report, with updated information available in the next annual report, due later this year.