Note: FP2020 uses a rolling baselines so values are recalculated each year based on the newset available data.
India’s FP2020 goals aim to drive access, choice, and quality of family planning services. Since first making an FP2020 commitment in 2012, India has continued its efforts to expand the range and reach of contraceptive options through rolling out new contraceptives and delivering a full range of family planning services at all levels. India has integrated family planning into the Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health (RMNCH+A) Strategy. The Government of India has enhanced its supply chain system through rolling out Family Planning Logistics Management Information System (FP-LMIS). Increasing awareness and generating demand for family planning services through comprehensive media campaigns have been priorities. The Government of India has increased domestic investment for family planning. At the 2012 Summit, India committed to spend USD$2 billion by 2020 for family planning program and, in July 2017, India renewed its commitment to invest USD$3 billion by 2020.
India FP2020 Commitment
India will include family planning as a central element of its efforts to achieve Universal Health Coverage. Through the largest public health programme in the world, the National Rural Health Mission and the upcoming National Urban Health Mission, addressing equity, ensuring quality, including adolescents and integration into the continuum of care are slated to be the cornerstones of the new strategy. The centre-piece of its strategy on family planning will be a shift from limiting to spacing methods, and an expansion of choice of methods, especially IUDs (Intrauterine devices). To enable women to delay and space their births, India will distribute contraceptives at the community level through 860,000 community health workers, train 200,000 health workers to provide IUDs, and shall substantially augment counselling services for women after childbirth. Expenditure on Family Planning alone out of the total Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health and Adolescent Health (RMNCH+A) bouquet is expected to cross US $2 billion from 2012 to 2020. This will ensure free services and commodities through public health facilities for 200 million couples of reproductive age group and adolescents seeking contraceptive services.
India's Announcement at the London Summit on Family Planning
Anuradha Gupta, India's Joint Secretary for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, announces her country's commitment to family planning at the London Summit on Family Planning on July 11, 2012.
India: Postpartum Family Planning Action Plan
The tool aims to guide country teams of maternal, child and reproductive health policymakers, program managers and champions of family planning in systematically planning country-specific, evidence-based “PPFP Programming Strategies” that can address short interpregnancy intervals and postpartum unmet need and increase postpartum women’s access to family planning services.
India FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2015
In August 2015, the Government of India shared an update on its commitment to FP2020. Here are the government's responses.
India FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2016
India Actions for Acceleration 2017
India FP2020 Revitalized Commitment 2017
The Government of India updated its commitment at the Family Planning Summit in London, UK on July 11, 2017.
Family Planning Summit 2017: India FP2020 Commitment
Government of India's Family Planning 2020 commitment delivered by CK Mishra at the Family Planning Summit in London, UK on July 11, 2017
India FP2020 Commitment Self-Reporting Questionnaire 2018
India Prioritized Actions 2018-2020
Timeline for Prioritized Actions for Focal Point and In-country Stakeholder
India Commitment Self-Reporting Questionnaire 2019
The data displayed on this page is courtesy of the Track20 Project. Implemented by Avenir Health, Track20 monitors progress towards achieving the goals of the global FP2020 initiative.
source : pDHS 2015
FP2020 uses a suite of quantitative metrics—Core Indicators—to monitor progress annually across 69 focus countries. Estimates for the Core Indicators are produced annually by commitment countries through a network of country-based Track20 M&E officers housed in government institutions. For a complete analysis of India and these Core Indicators, click below.
Your quick guide to key documents and resources that together provide greater context on family planning in India.