The FP-SDGs Model is an evidence-based advocacy tool that projects medium- and long-term effects of three different family planning scenarios, capturing the significant impact that contraceptive use has on SDG achievement. The model can be applied in any country, and allows users to design multiple scenarios to show how investments in family planning, education, and the economy can accelerate progress toward the SDGs. By showcasing the benefits of contraceptive use related to health, society, and the economy, the model provides evidence that supports investments in family planning at national and subnational levels.
Results from country-level applications of the model enable users to:
See results from our first country-level application in Malawi.
Health Policy Plus. 2018. Family Planning-Sustainable Development Goals Model. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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Health Policy Plus. 2018. Health Policy Plus: Family Planning-Sustainable Development Goals Model. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
English PDF 471.2 kbSeptember 2018
Jurczynska, K., S. Moreland, S. Sacher, S. Bispo, and K. Corpuz. 2018. Modeling the Effects of Family Planning on the Sustainable Development Goals: FP-SDGs Model Methodology and User's Manual. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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