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Liberia is committed to increasing the uptake of family planning methods through configuring its supply chain system for delivering safe healthcare commodities to be more efficient and effective by 2020.

Contraceptive use among all Liberian women of reproductive age has grown 2.4 percentage points annually per year since 2012, and Liberia is one of the fastest-growing countries among the 10 that are within reach of achieving their goals for mCPR growth.

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With two-thirds of the population of Liberia below the age of 25 years, the country, an FP2020 commitment maker since 2012, is taking to scale the integration of youth-friendly health and family planning services at all levels of the health care delivery system.

Liberia Commitment Objectives

  • Increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) from 10% to 16% by 2015 and to 20% by 2021.
  • Scale up youth-friendly health services (YFHS) and family planning (FP) services at all levels of the healthcare delivery system.
  • Implement key interventions in phases, targeting 5 out of 15 counties per year over a period of five years (2017-2021).
  • Increase the uptake of FP methods among private sector users from 30.3% to 40.3% by 2020.
  • Ensure reproductive health commodity security and reduce stock-outs of essential life-saving drugs and reproductive health commodities by 2020.
  • Allocate 5% of the health budget to ensure the availability of family planning commodities and services free of charge nationwide.
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