Government Partner



Kenya has made significant progress in increasing access to family planning services in recent years, with the modern contraceptive prevalence rate increasing from 39% in 2014 to 58% in 2021.

The government of Kenya has demonstrated its commitment to FP2030 through a number of initiatives, such as increasing the budget allocation for family planning services, developing policies and guidelines to improve the quality of services, and strengthening partnerships with both the public and private sector.

Commitments made to:


Kenya reaps the socio-economic benefits to all citizens through accessible, acceptable, equitable and affordable quality family planning services with zero unmet need for family planning by 2030.


Kenya Commitment Objectives

  • To increase mCPR for married women from 58% to 64% by 2030.
  • Reduce unmet need for family planning for all women from 14% to 10% by 2030.
  • To ensure the sustained availability of family planning commodities to the last mile.
  • To enhance the capacity of human resources for health (HRH) to provide family planning information and services while also focusing special attention on the under-served, vulnerable, and hard-to-reach population including populations in humanitarian/emergency situations.
  • Reduce pregnancy among adolescent girls (15-19 years) from 14% to 10% by 2025.
  • Transform social and gender norms to improve male engagement in family planning and eliminate social-cultural barriers to family planning service utilization.
  • Improve availability and utilization of quality family planning data for decision-making.
  • Increased domestic financing for family planning commodities to cover 100% of the requirements by 2026.
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