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Mali has made significant progress in family planning efforts over the past decade, with contraceptive use increasing from 6% in 2012 to 16% in 2018.

Mali has developed a national family planning strategy that focuses on increasing access to and use of family planning services, improving the quality of care, and ensuring the availability of a range of contraceptive methods.

Commitments made to:


The leaders of Mali envision a country where the family planning needs of women, adolescents, and young people, including vulnerable groups, are taken care of with access to information and an offer of affordable and quality services across the full range of modern contraceptive methods, respecting human rights and accountability of the FP program.

Mali Commitment Objectives

  • Integrate sexual and reproductive health and family planning into all policies and strategic frameworks in the field of “population and development” in Mali.
  • Revise the CPRm upwards from 17% (source Track 20, 2020) to 40% by 2030.
  • Reduce needs not satisfied with sexual and reproductive health and family planning among adolescents and young people.
  • Guarantee access to contraceptive products for all, including in crisis situations.
  • Ensure continuity of reproductive health and SRAJ services in emergency situations.
  • Annually finance at least 20% of the purchasing needs for contraceptive products from the State budget until 2025.
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