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Kyrgyz Republic

Kyrgyz Republic

The country of Kyrgyz Republic has developed a National Reproductive Health Strategy for 2021-2030, which prioritizes increasing access to modern contraception and family planning services, improving the quality of care, and ensuring the sustainability of these services.

The Kyrgyz Republic has adopted a number of policies and initiatives to support family planning efforts, such as the National Program for Maternal and Child Health and the National Reproductive Health Program. The country has also implemented innovative approaches to improve access to family planning services, including mobile clinics and outreach services in rural and remote areas.

Commitments made to:


By the end of 2030, the country of Kyrgyz Republic commits to creating the conditions that will enable its population to exercise sexual and reproductive health rights and meet their family planning needs.

Kyrgyz Republic Commitment Objectives

  • Improving the quality of family planning services through the development and implementation of clinical protocols/guidelines and providing quality postpartum and post-abortion family planning counseling and voluntary contraception to all clients, by involving private health facility organizations in this process by 2030.
  • Developing and increasing digital-data visibility of management of the supply chain of contraceptives purchased from the state budget and ensuring territorial accessibility and economic affordability of various types of contraceptives for end users by 2030.
  • Reducing the adolescent birth rate from 50 per 1,000 women to 40 per 1,000 women by focusing actions on sexually active adolescents aged 18-19 years through increasing access to Reproductive Health information and services by the end of 2030.
  • Integrating minimum standards for sexual and reproductive health including family planning using the minimum initial service package (MISP) tool into the preparedness/disaster risk national plan by the end of 2030.
  • Allocating and fully spending the state budget for Family Planning using advocacy and digital mechanism in order to increase the use of contraceptives by women of reproductive age from the list of high medical and social risk of maternal mortality to 60% by 2026 and to 70% by 2030.
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