Costed Implementation Plans
FP2030 Gender Strategy
What is a Cost implemented Plan?
A Costed Implementation Plan (CIP) is a multi-year actionable roadmap designed to help governments achieve their family planning goals—goals that will save millions of lives and improve the health and well-being of women, families, and communities. CIPs are critical in transforming ambitious family planning commitments—such as those made through Family Planning 2030 and the Ouagadougou Partnership—into concrete programs and policies.
What is the CIP Kit?
The CIP Resource Kit features tools for developing and executing a robust, actionable, rights-based, and resourced family planning strategy. Specifically, the kit includes resources and tools necessary for program planners, ministry representatives, and technical assistance providers to go through the 10-step CIP process. The CIP Resource Kit provides best-practice guidance based on over a decade of hands-on experience of governments, donors, and technical assistance providers in creating and implementing CIPs. In 2022, the CIP Resource Kit was refreshed as a part of a continuous learning and revision process. The CIP Resource Kit contains: