Tanzania’s second National Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan for 2019–2023 articulates priority intervention strategies and associated costs related to increasing the modern contraceptive prevalence rate among all women from 30 percent in 2018 to 40 percent in 2023. Achieving this goal will save lives and resources. To ascertain the likelihood for mobilizing funding for the plan, HP+ conducted a rapid family planning resource assessment. Through stakeholder interviews and a review of findings from an ongoing funding gap analysis conducted for the first year of the plan, this brief provides context and recommendations to inform the development of a resource mobilization and allocation plan. While meeting the resource needs of the costed implementation plan is unlikely, the country must focus on short-term approaches to reduce funding gaps and longer-term approaches to establish sustainable financing for the program.
Lasway C. and S. Mujaya. 2019. Resource Landscape and Priorities for Family Planning Investments in Tanzania. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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