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Senegal aims to boost contraception, and family planning, reduce unmet needs, and enhance coordination, and fiscal sovereignty.

Senegal's goals include increasing the contraceptive prevalence rate among married women by 2025, improving the regulatory framework for family planning, reducing unmet needs among adolescent girls and young women, strengthening multisectoral coordination, ensuring continuity of services during emergencies, and achieving annual fiscal sovereignty by 2030.

Commitments made to:


By 2030, the leaders of Senegal envision a country where the population has access to a wider range of modern contraceptive methods and affordable and accessible reproductive health services, thanks to a resilient and equitable health system, with full community participation for sustainable development.


Senegal Commitment Objectives

  • Bring the contraceptive prevalence rate from 26% in 2021 to 46% in 2025 among married women.
  • Improve the regulatory framework by signing the decree law enforcement SR carrying family planning by 2026.
  • Reducing unmet needs among adolescent girls, and married women aged 15-19 from 22.9% in 2019 to 15% in 2026, and among young women aged 20-24 from 19.6% in 2019 to 10% in 2026.
  • Strengthen the multisectoral coordinating body for actions related to family planning involving other ministerial sectors concerned.
  • Ensure the continuity of Family Planning services in emergency situations.
  • Ensure annual fiscal sovereignty by 2030 going through a 20% increase on the contribution of the State valued at 500 million for accessibility and availability of contraceptives.
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