In 2018, with support from HP+, the Liberia Ministry of Health and Social Welfare launched the Liberia Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan (2018–2022) to accelerate progress toward national, FP2020, and Vision 2030 family planning goals and commitments. The CIP details costed priority interventions to increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate from 30.7 percent in 2016 to 39.7 percent by 2022, with the intent to ensure that couples, individuals, and adolescents have access to a full range of affordable and quality family planning commodities and services. To inform mobilization of resources for the CIP, HP+ worked with the government to conduct an analysis to determine the extent that planned activities are funded and to identify funding gaps for the first year of CIP execution (2018). Such data on resource gaps can inform resource re-allocation and an evidence-based advocacy process to increase investment in family planning.
Jordan Hatcher, Christine Lasway, and Minnie Sirtor. 2018. Family Planning Resource Requirements in Liberia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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