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DateSeptember 15, 2015

Management Sciences for Health commits to fostering dialogue between the family planning and reproductive health community and ministers of finance to establish accountability platforms.

Somalia - Program & Service Delivery

DateSeptember 15, 2015

The government of Somalia commits to strengthening reproductive health commodity security by developing and implementing a strategy and action plan. In addition, Somalia pledges to establish a coordinated supply chain mechanism to ensure continuous availability of high-quality contraceptives and other essential reproductive and maternal health commodities. Furthermore, the government plans to increase institutional and workforce capacity in supply chain management and ensure the reproductive health supply chain is integrated with the emerging national health sector commodity supply chain.

The government also commits to expanding community-based family planning by strengthening linkages between health facilities and the community; integrating community reproductive health outreach interventions; improving the quality of services provided by community health workers; and strengthening referral systems. Madagascar also pledges to increase advocacy about family planning among communities, adolescents and young people, men and religious leaders and commits to strengthening coordination, commitment and collaboration between the public and private sector to improve reproductive health services, training, supplies, equipment and commodities.

Somalia - Financial

DateSeptember 15, 2015

The government of Somalia commits to engaging policy and decision makers from the parliament and other ministries, such as the ministry of finance, to advocate for more resources for family planning interventions.

Somalia - Policy & Political

DateSeptember 15, 2015

The government of Somalia commits to addressing barriers to accessing reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health services—with a particular focus on the most vulnerable populations—by implementing the Campaign on Accelerated Reduction of Maternal Mortality in Africa and the Acceleration Plan on Mother and Child Health. Somalia also pledges to develop a regulatory framework to enhance collaboration between the public and private sectors.

Somalia - Objective

DateSeptember 15, 2015

The government of Somalia commits to increase mCPR among women of reproductive age from 2.6 percent to 10 percent by 2016. 

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Madagascar - Program & Service Delivery

DateSeptember 14, 2015

The government of Madagascar commits to strengthen community mobilization and distribution of contraception by prioritizing the needs of women and girls located in difficult-to-reach areas. Madagascar also pledges to ensure contraceptive security, including products for emergency contraception, to beneficiaries and institutionalize the annual national campaign for family planning. In addition, the government also commits to strengthening technical platforms for health training in family planning, particularly for long-acting and permanent methods and post-abortion/post-partum family planning.

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Madagascar - Financial

DateSeptember 14, 2015

The government of Madagascar commits to increasing the state budget devoted to family planning, including contraceptive purchasing and delivery, by at least 5 percent annually.

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Madagascar - Policy & Political

DateSeptember 14, 2015

The government of Madagascar pledges to revise all executive and legislative documents to support an enabling environment for family planning and to effectively enforce all family planning and marriage-related laws. The government also commits to strengthening partnership and public and private multisectoral engagement in cooperation with all ministries.

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Madagascar - Objective

DateSeptember 14, 2015

Madagascar commits to increasing the contraceptive prevalence rate to 50 percent and decreasing by half the unmet need for family planning to 9 percent by 2020.

Bangladesh - Objective

DateAugust 11, 2015

Updated September 2015:

In 2012 at the London Summit on Family Planning, Bangladesh made commitments to achieve targets on five key family planning indicators by 2020 based on the Bangladesh Demographic and Health Surveys (BDHS) 2011 data. As per the results of the BDHS 2014 data, the Bangladesh Country Engagement Working Group (BCEWG) met on 10 May 2015 at DGFP and formed a subcommittee to revise the FP2020 targets. The sub-committee members critically analyzed the recent BDHS and Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) surveys; MIS service data from the MOHFW, future projections, and developed revised targets grounded in stronger data. It is noteworthy that the TFR and CPR are also aligned with next 7th Five Year Plan and Sector Wide Program 2017-2021.

  • Reduce Total Fertility Rate (TFR) from 2.3 to 2.0  
  • Increase Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) from 62% to 75%  
  • Increase share of LAPM from 8.1% to 20%  
  • Reduce unmet need from 12% to 10%  
  • Reduce discontinuation rate of FP method from 30% to 20%  

Original July 2012:

  1. Reduce TFR to 2.0 by 2016 and 1.7 by 2021
  2. Increase CPR to 80% by 2021 (currently 61%)
  3. Increase CPR to 60% in two low-performing geographical areas and urban slums by 2021
  4. Reduce unmet need to 7% by 2021 (currently 12%)
  5. Reduce the discontinuation rate to 20% by 2021 (currently 36%)
  6. Increase use of LAPMs to 30% by 2021 (currently 12%)
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