The Ministry of Health in Uganda is taking concrete steps—such as developing a national Total Market Approach Strategy—to engage the private sector in the family planning market. To provide a more thorough understanding of the political and economic dynamics affecting implementation of a robust total market approach in Uganda, HP+ undertook a political economy analysis. The analysis investigates why the Ugandan government and family planning stakeholders have not been able to fully engage the commercial health sector, and how the government can better work with the private sector to increase access to family planning and make the market more sustainable. This brief provides findings and recommendations to help the Ministry of Health reach its goal of doubling the size of the commercial sector by 2020.
Koseki, S. and K. Klein. 2018. Sustainable Growth of Uganda’s Family Planning Market through Improved Private Sector Engagement: A Political Economy Analysis. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00T-6H8
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