Senegal aims to increase modern contraceptive use to 45% by 2020

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Senegal aims to increase modern contraceptive use to 45% by 2020
Publication Date: 02/22/2017

A ceremony in late January, 2017 marked the launch of Senegal’s brand-new Costed Implementation Plan (CIP)—including a new target to increase modern contraceptive use by in-union women to 45% by 2020. This ambitious goal builds upon commendable progress made since the London Summit on Family Planning in 2012: Since then, use of modern contraceptives by Senegalese women has rapidly increased.

 Progress made in Senegal provides a framework for progress for governments and in-country partners that are leading efforts to empower its citizens with access to life-saving contraceptives and family planning services.  

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