This brief and presentation summarize efforts in Kenya to secure more domestic funds for family planning and ensure effective use of those resources. They describe the policy context for this work, notably the need to scale up domestic funding for commodities by fiscal year 2025/26 and adapt to declining donor assistance. HP+ supported government actors to make a strong case for investing in family planning during the budgeting process. Recognizing the importance of sound resource use, the project also helped the government examine and troubleshoot budget execution, supply chain, and other challenges. Drawing from these experiences, recommendations are provided to build on the gains that were made in commodity security.
Abonyo, P., C. Munene, S. Muchiri, and D. Carr. 2022. Strengthening Family Planning Commodity Security in Kenya. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-JFZ
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“HP+ Enhancing Self-Reliance in Family Planning: Sustainability Planning” YouTube video, 30:00. Posted by the Health Policy Project, Oct 17, 2022. Available at: https://youtu.be/bvKGMjvCkLo.
English External LinkAugust 2022
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