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To guide achievement of country-level family planning goals and objectives, countries have developed costed implementation plans (CIP) for family planning. These plans are then executed and monitored to assess progress toward CIP goals. In 2020 and 2021, HP+ collected information from family planning stakeholders from government, development partners, implementing partners, and civil society organizations in Ghana, Madagascar, Malawi, and Tanzania to assess CIP performance monitoring. This brief reports on the relevance, ease of use, and utility of the tools and processes for supporting CIP performance monitoring to inform understanding of the extent to which performance monitoring has facilitated decision making for improved coordination and resource mobilization or allocation.
Stratton, S. 2022. Costed Implementation Plan Performance Monitoring: Lessons from a Four-Country Assessment. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-DS1
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