Note: FP2020 uses a rolling baselines so values are recalculated each year based on the newset available data.
For more than 20 years, the Government of Rwanda has been working to rebuild its health personnel and infrastructure shattered during the genocide. With two thirds of the population under the age of 25, in 2017 Rwanda revised its commitment from 2012 to measure successful demand creation for family planning and increase total demand for contraception for married women from 72% to 82% by 2020. Traditionally, having children has been a source of pride and respect and, as a result, Rwanda is the most densely populated country in Africa. The Government of Rwanda aims to disseminate its first ever integrated Reproductive Maternal Newborn Child and Adolescent Health strategy across the country, working alongside partners to advance cost-effective implementation strategic plans and systematic monitoring for greater impact.
Rwanda FP2020 Commitment
Rwanda commits to ensuring the availability of family planning services in each of the 14,841 Rwanda administrative villages (Imidugudu) through delivery by the 45,000 community health workers already in service. Rwanda will expand existing information and dissemination programs about family planning to the general public and will increase awareness of the various choices available. Focusing on convenience and reducing the frequency of visits to health providers, the government of Rwanda will introduce longlasting contraceptive methods, including permanent ones, and high quality integrated family planning services in every hospital and health center.
Rwanda: Family Planning Strategic Plan 2012-2016
With the support of government agencies and various non-governmental partners, the Ministry of Health (MoH) has endeavored to decentralize Rwanda’s health system and bring health services closer to the people.
Rwanda: 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.
Rwanda Country Action: Opportunities, Challenges, and Priorities
This document reflects the country context, opportunities, challenges, and priorities developed by FP2020 focal points for Rwanda in collaboration with the FP2020 Secretariat and other partners during the Anglophone Africa Focal Point Workshop in Kampala, Uganda in April 2016.
Rwanda 2018-2019 Actions for Acceleration
Rwanda FP2020 Revitalized Commitment 2017
The Government of Rwanda updated its commitment at the Family Planning Summit in London, UK on July 11, 2017.
Rwanda FP2020 Commitment Self-Reporting Questionnaire 2018
Presentation: Estimating the Costs to Scale-up a Postpartum Family Planning Intervention in Rwanda
Presentation: Advancing the PPFP Agenda
Building Partnerships to Meet Rwanda's FP2020 Commitments
Rwanda FP2020 Commitment Self-Reporting Questionnaire 2019
FP2020 High Impact Practices Analysis for Rwanda March 2019
The purpose of this review is to support further discussion on prioritized actions and interventions for the next 18 months using a solution-focused approach.
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 Rwanda and these Core Indicators, click below.