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FP2030 Measurement Framework

Our Measurement Framework is based on the following, vision-based result:

  • Voluntary modern contraceptive use by everyone who wants it
  • The right of informed choice and agency for all individuals
  • Responsive and sustainable systems providing a wide range of contraceptives
  • A supportive policy environment

FP2030 Measurement Framework


Key Progress indicators include:

Informed Knowledge & Autonomy to Exercise Rights

Individuals have information about methods and side effects for a range of contraceptive choices and the ability to exercise their right to determine whether, when and how many children they want to have.

A Supportive & Responsive Health Care System

Responsive health systems equitably and sustainably provide high quality services and supplies for a range of contraceptive methods.

Effective, Results-Driven Support For Countries & Partners

Countries and partners have supportive policy, financing, and accountability environments that enable voluntary contraceptive use.

Key Components of the
FP2030 Measurement Framework are:

Enabling Environment

Policies, Financing, & Programs

Domestic expenditures

National Composite Index on Family Planning (NCIFP): Strategy, Data, Quality, Equity, Accountability


Donor Actions

Donor funding for family planning


Supply Interventions

Contraceptive stockouts

Contraceptive method availability

Received family planning information

Source of method: public vs. private



Service Provision Output

Method Information Index Plus

Couple Years of Protection (CYPs)


Demand for Family Planning

Unmet need for modern methods (AW, MW, UMW)

Total modern users (AW)

Decision making



Contraceptive Practice

Modern contraceptive prevalence
(AW, MW, UMW)*

Demand satisfied for modern methods

Modern method mix




Pregnancy & Fertility

Percent of pregnancies and births that are intended

Adolescent Birth Rate (ABR)

Supplemental adolescents and youth indicators


Women’s & Children’s Health

Unintended pregnancies averted

Maternal deaths averted

Unsafe abortions averted


Policies, Financing, & Programs

Beyond the above indicators, there is still a need for improved measurements in many aspects of family planning. As the FP2030 family planning partnership evolves, the measurement agenda will include efforts to develop indicators to measure social and behavioral change; identity indicators at the supportive environment level for policy, financing, and accountability; better indicators for understanding fertility intentions and the desire to use conception; and improved measurements of rights and empowerment principles for family planning.


The Performance Monitoring & Evidence Working Group is a group of global measurement experts.

The Performance Monitoring & Evidence (PME) Working Group developed the FP2030 Measurement Framework to track country progress from 2021 to 2030 and report on progress toward the overall FP2030 vision.

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