Realizing and sustaining Tanzania’s family planning commitments would substantially accelerate progress toward achieving its national objectives and the Sustainable Development Goals. To demonstrate the size of this impact, two investment paths were modeled for Tanzania for the 2019–2030 period using the Family Planning-Sustainable Development Goals Model. Both paths assume that Tanzania makes strong investments in core socioeconomic reforms, while the level of family planning investment varies. In the first scenario, family planning investments stagnate, while the second path models strong investment, resulting in the realization of the goal laid out in the 2019–2023 National Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan and continued growth in family planning uptake through 2030. This brief highlights the impressive benefits that would be reaped through strong investment in family planning.
Jurczynska, K. and S. Mujaya. 2020. Accelerating Progress Toward the Sustainable Development Goals in Tanzania: Invest in Family Planning. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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