To better implement its required contribution to Pakistan’s international commitments, Sindh became the first province in the country to develop a costed implementation plan (CIP) on family planning. These briefs present the key elements of the Sindh CIP, examine the funding situation for implementation, and provide a set of next steps to mobilize funds for CIP execution. Through reductions in maternal and child deaths, unintended pregnancies, and unsafe abortions, Sindh could save over PKR 12 billion over the implementation period and generate nearly 4 million additional years of secure and effective family planning for couples.
Plan Implementation Unit, Costed Implementation Plan, Population Welfare Department, Government of Sindh. 2017. A Summary of the Costed Implementation Plan on Family Planning for Sindh. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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Plan Implementation Unit, Costed Implementation Plan, Population Welfare Department, Government of Sindh. 2017. Financing the Sindh Costed Implementation Plan (CIP): Strengths and Gaps. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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