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Mozambique has developed a National Family Planning Strategy which focuses on improving the quality and accessibility of family planning services.

The strategy includes plans to expand the number of trained healthcare providers who can offer family planning services, increase the availability of contraceptive commodities, and improve the integration of family planning services into other healthcare services.

Commitments made to:

At A Glance

By 2030, the leaders of Mozambique seek to instill a socio-political and cultural environment favorable to the supply and informed demand of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Family Planning services, ensuring that all women and girls have the ability to exercise their right to choose and decide their sexual and reproductive health. Mozambique will accomplish these goals by expanding access to quality, rights-based and client-centered services; and, through innovative approaches and promotion of self-care in health facilities, schools, and the community.

Mozambique Commitment Objectives

  • Increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate in all WRAs from 34.3% in 2020 to 43.4% in 2030.
  • Mozambique will prioritize interventions targeting adolescents to ensure that adolescents have access to family planning services (information and methods) at a location and time that is feasible and convenient.
  • Increase the use of modern contraceptives for all adolescents (15-19 years) by 12% (Baseline reference will be given by IDS 2021, IMASIDA 2015 showed 14.1%).
  • Ensuring that youth first-time parents have access to modern contraceptives, thus enabling the choice to delay a subsequent order to have a choice to postpone second pregnancy (for both males and females).
  • Expand access to immediate postpartum and post-abortion Family Planning.
  • Increase funds allocation and expenditure to Family Planning.
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