The Government of Malawi’s Costed Implementation Plan (CIP) for Family Planning, 2016-2020, provides policymakers and program planners with a framework for achieving the national family planning goal of reaching a modern contraceptive prevalence rate of 60 percent by 2020. Achieving the CIP’s strategic priorities requires many interventions to be implemented at the district level. This brief describes the process, impacts, and lessons learned from an intervention carried out by HP+, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health’s Reproductive Health Directorate, aimed at integrating the CIP into district improvement plans, focusing on four districts.
Health Policy Plus. 2018. From National Strategies to District Realities: Integrating Family Planning Interventions into District Implementation Plans. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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