This tool is intended to help country stakeholders in decision making as they consider developing a family planning costed implementation plan (CIP). The tool outlines seven considerations—framed as questions—that stakeholders can use to self-assess and reflect on a country’s readiness for a CIP. Stakeholders who can administer the tool via a small group include, but are not limited to, Ministry of Health staff responsible for leading CIP execution, implementing partners, members of a country’s FP2030 focal point group, or a family planning technical working group.
Health Policy Plus. 2022. Deciding to Develop a Costed Implementation Plan: Seven Considerations to Inform Country Decision Making. Washington DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-DGJ
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