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Pakistan acknowledges the negative effects of high population growth on its development.

Pakistan has made its FP2030 Commitments in line with its national goals agreed upon under the composite coverage index (CCI) recommendations and the targets set for the National Action Plan to strengthen family planning focus fully following the eight key CCI recommended areas. Given due consideration that Population is a cross-cutting issue, which has its linkages with the most important issues relating to poverty, health, illiteracy, environment, climate change, economic instability, etc, the government of Pakistan has developed a New National Narrative with its theme to adopt the middle of the Course “Tawazin” and decide the family size according to the resources, enabling to fulfill the fundamental rights of all.

Commitments made to:


By the end of 2030, Pakistan envisions a society where women and girls are empowered and all couples enjoy basic rights to decide the number of their children freely and responsibly by maintaining a balance (tawazun) between their family size and resources, make informed choices to achieve a prosperous, healthy, and educated society.


Pakistan Commitment Objectives

  • Adapt and implement evidence-based progressive policy reforms with political will and enabling environment at all levels.
  • Universal access to services to lower fertility rates and address the unmet need for contraception.
  • Addressing information and service needs especially in remote areas.
  • Gearing for Uniform Understanding of National Narrative.
  • Contraceptive commodity security and efficient supply mechanism.
  • Legislative Support
  • Institutionalization of human development and system strengthening to sustain family planning efforts.
  • Monitoring and evaluation for results and effectiveness.
  • Mobilizing Funds and Allocations for family planning and reproductive health activities.
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