In early 2019, the president of Mali announced that family planning services would be free throughout the country. Mali’s costed implementation plan for family planning establishes a concrete and specific roadmap to achieve a modern contraceptive prevalence rate of 30 percent for all women by 2023—helping the country meet national goals and expectations for family planning. The plan, developed by the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, with support from HP+ and other partners, provides clear program-level information on the resources needed domestically and from partners to achieve its goals. The plan will be used to guide family planning programming for the government (across all sectors), implementing partners, and the private sector.
Ministère de la Santé et des Affaires Sociales. 2019. Plan d’Action National Budgétisé de Planification Familiale du Mali 2019-2023. Bamako: Mali.
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