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Bangladesh's commitment to family planning and its efforts to improve reproductive health has had a positive impact on the country's development.

As a result of these efforts, Bangladesh has made significant progress in improving maternal and child health, reducing maternal and infant mortality rates, and increasing contraceptive prevalence rates. The country has also been recognized for its success in reducing population growth and achieving demographic transition.

Commitments made to:


By the end of 2030, Bangladesh aspires to be a country where everyone (particularly women and girls) leads healthy lives with equitable and inclusive access to and utilization of rights-based family planning services towards attaining sustainable development goals.

Bangladesh Commitment Objectives

  • Update, adapt, and implement policy framework regulations, accountability, and compliance to improve sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), including family planning through an integrated, multi-sectoral, and human right-based approach targeting leaving no one behind (LNOB) across the development and humanitarian continuum.
  • Improve availability, accessibility, and utilization of modern contraceptives with a special focus on adolescents, postpartum, and post-abortion care users, to reduce high discontinuation rates and unmet need for family planning in public and private facilities and communities.
  • Thrive for distinct information, education, and communication interventions to increase demand for equitable, gender-responsive, climate-resilient, respectful, and quality family planning information and services with special attention to adolescents, the young population, the male, disadvantaged population, including people with disabilities.
  • Improve evidence-based programming, budgeting, resource allocation, and data management systems for decision-making and knowledge management in Family Planning Program.
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