Government Partner



The Nigerian government recognizes that increasing access to family planning services is crucial to improving maternal and child health, reducing poverty, and promoting economic growth.

The country has also implemented a number of innovative approaches to expand family planning services, including community-based distribution of contraceptives, mobile clinics, and increasing the availability of long-acting and reversible contraceptive methods.

Commitments made to:


By the end of 2030, Nigeria envisions a country where everyone, including adolescents, young people, populations affected by the crisis, and other vulnerable populations, can make informed choices, have equitable and affordable access to quality family planning, and participate as equals in society’s development.

Nigeria Commitment Objectives

  • To strengthen the integration of family planning into Nigeria’s socioeconomic development frameworks and plans as a key facilitator of Human Capital Development and Universal Health Coverage to achieve a Demographic Dividend by 2030.
  • To increase family planning access and choice from 12% mCPR to at least 27% through scaling up evidence-based, high-impact practices that meet individual and family needs and rights-based services through a total market approach by 2030.
  • To strengthen the national family planning supply chain with a view to reducing stock-out rates below 20%, increasing end-to-end data visibility, and enhancing nationwide capacity for last-mile assurance of family planning program supplies by 2030,
  • To improve financing for FP by allocating a minimum of 1% annually of the National and State Health budgets equivalent to N4.7 Billion and N6.9 Billion respectively and leveraging both existing and additional innovative domestic financing mechanisms to increase financing for FP by 2030.
  • Strengthen the National and Sub National multi-stakeholder Accountability Mechanisms including CSOs (FP Motion tracker and scorecards) and the media structures to include key indicators for measuring and monitoring individual rights and needs by December 2023 through facility health and ward health development committees, SLAMs, RMNCAEH+N, and NRHTWG.
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