The Madagascar Costed Implementation Plan for Family Planning (2016-2020) was officially launched by the government of Madagascar through its Ministry of Public Health in September 2017. The costed implementation plan, or CIP, is a five-year roadmap designed to help the Malagasy government achieve their family planning goals. This financial gap analysis, undertaken by HP+, was prepared to help Madagascar’s Family Health Directorate better implement the CIP, understand the extent to which activities and strategic areas have been allotted funding, and plan and manage future funding to drive achievement of Madagascar's family planning objectives and larger development goals.
Hurley, Laura. 2018. Analyse du Gap Financier 2016–2018 du Plan d’Action National Budgétisé en Planification Familiale à Madagascar. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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