After two years of focused capacity development efforts, HP+’s program in Pakistan is coming to a close. Here we reflect on what’s been achieved and how local partners are taking the lead on strengthening family planning moving forward.
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On January 29, HP+ Pakistan held an end-of-project event to celebrate the project's successes. The event brought together senior provincial government officials and representatives from USAID, development partners, and civil society. Mr. Ogho Oghdale, USAID deputy mission director for Sindh and Balochistan provinces, showed appreciation of HP+'s work in generating evidence-driven messages linking rapid population growth to development to advocate for family planning.