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Chad

Chad

In 2017, the government of Chad launched a new national family planning strategy, which aims to increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) from 6.9% in 2014 to 22% by 2021.

The strategy includes a range of interventions to increase demand for and access to family planning, such as increasing the number of trained health workers, improving the availability of contraceptive supplies, and increasing community awareness and engagement. Chad has also made commitments to increase domestic funding for family planning and to prioritize family planning within its health sector.

Commitments made to:

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Ready to Save Lives: New Tool to Prepare for Continuation of SRH Care in a Crisis

December 2020

Ready to Save Lives: New Tool to Prepare for Continuation of SRH Care in a Crisis

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News and Updates from FP2020

August 2020

News and Updates from FP2020

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Senegal Leads the Way through a “Peer Assist”

August 2020

Senegal Leads the Way through a “Peer Assist”

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Nine Countries Join Global Financing Facility; Now Reaching 36 Countries with Greatest Health and Nutrition Needs of Women, Children and Adolescents

May 2019

Nine Countries Join Global Financing Facility; Now Reaching 36 Countries with Greatest Health and Nutrition Needs of Women, Children and Adolescents

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Accessibility: Breaking Down the Barriers between Women and Family Planning

July 2015

Accessibility: Breaking Down the Barriers between Women and Family Planning

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