HP+ supported the government of Madagascar to develop and implement a national costed implementation plan (CIP) for family planning—a five-year roadmap (2016-2020) that identifies evidence-based strategies and approaches for improving family planning programs and estimates the costs of implementing those strategies. The effort was part of the project’s commitment to help strengthen Malagasy capacity to develop, implement, and monitor health sector policies and strategies to improve equity and sustainability of health services. This final review report examines and details the achievements of Madagascar’s 2016-2020 CIP using Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) criteria of effectiveness, efficiency, coherence, relevance, impact, and sustainability; perspectives of family planning stakeholders in Madagascar; and a literature review. Information from the review report will be used by stakeholders as they develop the country’s next CIP and to improve the nation’s family planning program.
Repoblikan’I Madagasikara. 2021. Revue du Plan d’Action National Budgétisé en Planification Familiale à Madagascar 2016–2020. Antananarivo: Ministére de la Santé Publique. USAID DEC: PA-00X-SXG
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