The Private Sector as a Provider of Family Planning Services in Egypt: Challenges and Opportunities

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The Private Sector as a Provider of Family Planning Services in Egypt: Challenges and Opportunities
Publication Date: 05/05/2016

The recent increase in Egypt’s fertility rate, following decades of progress in lowering fertility levels, highlights the need for renewed attention to the country’s family planning program. The Ministry of Health is currently the largest provider of family planning in Egypt, serving a diverse population of women, many of whom may not need the free public service. Expanding the role of the private sector in the provision of family planning services and supplies holds great potential to more effectively meet the current and future family planning needs of millions of Egyptian women.

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