HP+ conducted a review to assess the usefulness of costed implementation plans (CIPs) to countries’ family planning programs. The assessment consisted of a three-step process. First, a desk review was conducted to identify CIP tools that were applied by FP2020 focus countries. Then, an online survey was developed for stakeholders involved in the CIP process to gather information on the use of CIP tools and how stakeholders measure the relevance, coherence, efficiency, effectiveness, impact, and sustainability of CIPs. The last step was data analysis—key results, lessons learned, and recommendations from the analysis are presented in this short report.
Hurley, L., S. Lemieux, and M. Schiff. 2022. How Useful Are Costed Implementation Plans for Family Planning Programs? Feedback and Lessons Learned from 30 Countries. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-PHR
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