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The Republic of Ghana, under the leadership of the Ministry of Health, has developed commitments as part of the FP2030 global movement.

The commitments aim to ensure equitable and timely access to quality family planning information, commodities, and services for all persons of reproductive age in Ghana by the end of 2030.

Commitments made to:


By the end of 2030, all persons of reproductive age in Ghana will have equitable and timely access to quality planning information, commodities, and services.


Ghana Commitment Objectives

  • Implement the roll-out of family planning under the National Health Insurance Benefits Package, increasing the number of districts currently providing FP on NHIS to 75% by September 2027 and 100% by 2030.
  • Increase government financial commitment to procure 20% of Ghana’s FP commodities needs by 2030, addressing the decline in funding from development partners.
  • Increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) among currently married women or women in a union from 30% in 2020 to 44.4% by the end of 2030, through expanded method choice, improved service delivery, and enhanced data management.
  • Reduce unmet need for contraception among sexually active adolescents from 57% to 30% by December 2030, by promoting reproductive health education, strengthening partnerships, and improving access to FP services.
  • Develop and implement a targeted social and behavior change communication plan that focuses on rights-based family planning, aiming to provide correct and consistent information to promote family planning adoption.
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