In Mauritania, the low use of reproductive health services and family planning contributes significantly to the illness or death of pregnant women, during and after childbirth, and children under one year of age. In follow up to the family planning commitments made at international conferences, Mauritania embarked on a participatory and inclusive process to develop its Costed Implementation Plan (CIP) for Birth Spacing, 2019-2023. Within the pan, Mauritania has set an ambitious but achievable goal to reach a contraceptive prevalence rate of 27% by 2023. This second CIP aligns with the purpose and objectives of the national Strategy for Accelerated Growth and Shared Prosperity 2016-2030 and capitalizes on the achievements and shortcomings of the 2014-2018 birth spacing action plan.
Ministère de la Santé, Programme National de la Sante de la Reproduction. 2018. Plan d’action national budgetise en faveur de l’espacement des naissances de la Mauritanie 2019–2023. République Islamique de Mauritanie, Ministère de la Santé.
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