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As part of its commitment, Benin has set a national target to increase its modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) from 14.8% in 2017 to 25% by 2022.

The government has also developed a national strategic plan for family planning and established a multi-sectoral task force to coordinate efforts to improve access to and use of family planning services. Benin has implemented several initiatives to increase awareness and demand for family planning services, including a national campaign to promote the use of modern contraceptives and the integration of family planning services into routine healthcare services.

Commitments made to:


By 2030, Benin’s population, particularly vulnerable people (women, girls, and people living with disabilities), will have equitable access to quality Family Planning services, thus contributing to its harmonious development.

Benin Commitment Objectives

  • Increase the prevalence rate of modern contraceptives in all women from 11.7% to 18% in 2026.

  • Improve access to and supply of adapted services in all women, adolescents, and young people by increasing the contraceptive prevalence among fifteen to nineteen-year-olds from 5.6% in 2018 to 8.4% in 2026, and among 20–24-year-olds, from 12.4% in 2018 to 18% in 2026.
  • Improve the availability of contraceptive products to the last mile by reducing the stock-out rate by 78% in 2019 to 35% in 2026.

  • From 2022 and on the basis of the 250 million CFA francs allocated in 2019, the budget allocated by the government for the purchase of contraceptive products has increased by 10% each year to carry the share contribution of the State to 487 million in 2026.
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