Archived Commitments for Guinea
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Financial

DateJuly 12, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2013:Guinea commits to appropriating $743,493 annually from 2014 to 2018 for the purchase of contraceptives, constituting 50 percent of the cost of contraceptive products. The government also pledges to strengthen transparency and eligibility mechanisms as well as search for other types of resources of family planning.

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Guinea Official Update Official report icon
DateSeptember 18, 2015
SourceGovernment of Guinea

In August 2015, the Government of Guinea shared an update on progress in achieving its policy, financial and program and service delivery commitments to FP2020.

  • The Government had made arrangements to honor this commitment by making provisions in the national budget, but the outbreak of the Ebola epidemic has led the government to direct all of the national budget to the fight against Ebola.
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Gouvernement du Guinee : Résponse Official report icon
DateAugust 28, 2016
SourceGouvernement du Guinee
  • Une ligne budgétaire est créée au Ministère des finances pour l’achat des 13 produits vitaux en SMI y compris les contraceptifs depuis 2015.
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Policy & Political

DateJuly 12, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2013:The Government of Guinea commits to finalizing and disseminating the national plan for accelerating progress on family planning by Dec. 31, 2013. It also commits to strengthening institutional instruments to establish policies and structures that effectively accelerate progress on family planning. The government commits to elaborating and disseminating legislation on reproductive health. In particular, Guinea commits to institutionalizing the National Campaign for Family Planning Services and elevating the institutional standing of family planning by creating a Family Planning Division within the National Directorate for Family Health and Nutrition. The government also pledges to enforce by 2018 the legal marriage age of 18 years old in accordance with the Children’s Code.

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DateSeptember 18, 2015
SourceGovernment of Guinea

In August 2015, the Government of Guinea shared an update on progress in achieving its policy, financial and program and service delivery commitments to FP2020.

  • The Government of Guinea has taken no action toward advancing the family planning campaign. The activity is recorded in the operational action plans, but was not implemented due to the Ebola epidemic.
  • The creation of the Family Planning Division is subject to the reform of the health system that is in currently in progress.
  • The Family Planning Plan was distributed in 2013.
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Gouvernement du Guinee : Résponse Official report icon
DateAugust 28, 2016
SourceGouvernement du Guinee
  • Le Plan PF a été finalisé en 2013 et n’a pu être diffusé pour raison d’absence de financement (il devrait être diffuser sous forme d’ateliers régionaux. Malgré tout il sert de référence pour toute planification en PF).
  • La création d’une Division PF au sein de la Direction nationale santé familiale et de nutrition est en cours.
  • Le code de l’enfant prend en compte de nos jours  l’âge légal du mariage à 18 ans.
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Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2017

2017 Update: Read the commitment here

2013:The government commits to improving the access of local populations to all family planning methods by using community based service provision and increasing service coverage by taking into account private sector and civil society structures in supplying family planning services. The government commits to integrating youth sexual and reproductive health services into the basic services of health structures in two to eight administrative regions by 2018.

Guinea also pledges to recruiting 2,000 health workers in 2014, at a cost of USD $3.5 million. Each year until 2017, the government will recruit an additional workforce of 51 midwives, 111 government-registered nurses for rural areas, and will train 300 health technicians to serve as midwives.

Guinea will continue the roll-out of long-acting and permanent methods in 15 health districts currently lacking them. Guinea also pledges to improve forecasts and data management to optimize the family planning supply chain.

In addition, the government will strengthen results-driven coordination, monitoring and evaluation, and accountability mechanisms.  Guinea commits to developing partnerships with the private sector to enhance financing for family planning.

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Guinea Official Update Official report icon
DateSeptember 18, 2015
SourceGovernment of Guinea

In August 2015, the Government of Guinea shared an update on progress in achieving its policy, financial and program and service delivery commitments to FP2020.

  • The Government of Guinea and its partners are pursuing the extension of long-acting methods in five prefectures out of the 15 as planned.
  • The Ministry of Health has signed a partnership with NGOs to expand community-based services in four out of eight regions.
  • The mapping of community agents (CAs) is underway and will ensure national coverage. One of the services in the package offered by the CAs is the distribution of oral contraceptive products and Depo-Provera
  • The budget allocated for the recruitment of 2,000 workers was shifted to the fight against Ebola in 2014-2015. However, in June 2015, the government launched a notice for recruitment, which will take place by the end of 2015. In 2015, the UNFPA supported the government to recruit and deploy 68 midwives in the préfectures affected by Ebola.
  • The integration of youth reproductive health and sexual services was carried out in three of eight regions.
  • The private sector is included in the supply of family planning services as well as civil society through the supply of contraceptive products, management tools and integrated supervision at all levels.
  • Coordination and monitoring bodies are in place but have not been successful because of the Ebola epidemic.
  • Training on the quantification of contraceptive products was conducted in 2015. UNFPA supported the government of Guinea in strengthening logistics to improve supply to facilities, and partners, such as USAID and UNFPA, have helped to supply the country with contraceptives.
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Gouvernement du Guinee : Résponse Official report icon
DateAugust 28, 2016
SourceGouvernement du Guinee
  • La campagne PF est institutionnalisée depuis 2015 en Guinée.
  • Depuis 2015, le Ministère de la santé en collaboration avec ses PTF (USAID, UNFPA) à travers leurs agences d’exécution ont intégré les méthodes de longue durée d’action dans plus de 15 districts de santé Formation/Recyclage du personnel de toutes les formations sanitaires publiques (1117prestataires) en TCMLDA/PF, PFPP/DIUPP et MLDA
  • Offre effective de services de MLDA dans 126 structures sanitaires
  • Introduction récente des MLDA dans 330 structures sanitaires
  • Mise en place base de données/Rapidpro: Formation de 700 gestionnaires et prestataires des centres de santé ; Achat et distribution de 700 téléphones et accessoires
    • Mise en place de l’apprentissage individualisé (AI) sur site en PFPP/DIUPP:
    • 16 sites: 8 a Conakry, 3 a Kissidougou, 1 a N’zérékoré et 4 a Kindia
    • 27 facilitateurs
    • 124 apprenants
    • 578 Causeries éducatives réalisées
    • 247 DIUPP insérés (Octobre 2015 – Mars 2016)

Un projet pilote de distribution du dépoprovéra  a été initié dans la préfecture de Mandiana

  • Institutionnalisation des campagnes PF :(Résultats 2015) 8008 FAP ont bénéficié de toutes les méthodes confondues dont 4912 implants, 682 DIU, 1369 dépo provéra;
  • Nouvelles utilisatrices PF 2014-2015:
  • 268 512 toutes méthodes confondues :13950 implants ; 6600 DIU ; 155 LT

Le gouvernement de la Guinée s’est engagé à recruter 2 000 travailleurs de la santé en 2014, à un coût de 3,5 millions de dollars américains :

  • Contractualisation de 68 sages femmes pour les préfectures frontalières affectées par la MVE en 2015
  • Contractualisation de 168 sages femmes pour les 33 préfectures de la Guinée en 2016. Ces sages femmes sont déjà déployées à l’intérieur du pays
  • Un test de recrutement a été organisé de 2000 travailleurs de santé toutes catégories confondues en décembre 2015 le processus est en cours de finalisation à la fonction publique
  • Toutes les 8 régions ont intégrées les services de PF adaptés aux jeunes en matière de santé sexuelle et reproductive
  • Contractualisation avec les ONG évoluant dans la santé sexuelle et reproductive (AGBEF, JHPIEGO) pour la mise en œuvre des formations ne SR/PF, la distribution des 13 produits vitaux y compris les contraceptifs avec la PCG (centrale d’achat des médicaments)
  • Pour améliorer la gestion des données, le Gouvernement vient d’octroyer des ordinateurs portables à tous les chefs de centre de santé, les sous préfets et aux préfets. Un logiciel est en cours d’installation suivi de la formation des gestionnaires et prestataires de santé
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Objective

DateNovember 12, 2013

  1. Increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) from 7 percent in 2013 to 22.1 percent in 2018 (corresponds to 252,000 women ages 15-49 using modern contraceptive methods in 2013 to 772,000 women in 2018)
  2. Decrease the unmet need for family planning from 44 percent to 20 percent
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