Setting New Goals for Family Planning in Kenya – Building on Decades of Progress in Contraceptive Use


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Author(s): Owino B, Ochako R, Mgamb E, Sidha H, Adeke V

Year: 2017

Setting New Goals for Family Planning in Kenya – Building on Decades of Progress in Contraceptive Use Abstract:

The Government of Kenya identifies family planning (FP) as a pillar of the improvement of the health status of women and their families, as documented in the Kenya Development Plan Vision 2030, the National Reproductive Health Policy (2007), and the Kenya Health Sector Strategic Plan (2013-2018).

This report describes the development of new goals for modern contraceptive prevalence for Kenya. It explains the rationale for revising the FP goal that Kenya set in 2012 (Kenya National Council for Population and Development, 2012), by looking at Kenya’s situation in the context of the global, historical landscape.

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