Burkina Faso is similar to other countries in the West African region with regard to success in providing equitable access to family planning care and commodities at a low cost. These countries, while making progress in achieving uptake of modern contraceptive methods, continue to face challenges in demand creation, access to high-quality services, supportive policies, and sustainable financing. Private sector providers already operate in the region and may hold untapped potential for expanding access and expanding adequate financing for family planning programs. However, data and insights into the private health sector for family planning and reproductive health in Burkina Faso are limited. To gain that understanding, HP+ conducted a private sector landscape assessment and provided recommendations for fostering interaction among public and private providers and expanding the potential of a combination of public and private facilities to fill gaps in family planning services.
Hien, D., S. Gallagher, and J. Saracino. 2022. Assessment of Private Sector Family Planning and Reproductive Health in Greater Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-HNN
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