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Tanzania offers a range of contraceptive options, including pills, injectables, implants, and intrauterine devices (IUDs), and has made efforts to reduce the cost of these methods.

The Tanzanian government has demonstrated its commitment to family planning by increasing its budget allocation for reproductive health services and developing policies and guidelines to guide family planning programming. Tanzania has also taken steps to improve the availability of contraceptives, by increasing the number of trained health care providers who can offer family planning services and by expanding the range of contraceptive methods available. It has also launched campaigns to raise awareness about the benefits of family planning and to reduce stigma and misconceptions surrounding contraceptive use.

Commitments made to:


By the end of 2030, the leaders of Tanzania envision a country in which Tanzanians are healthy, educated and empowered with equitable access to rights-based family planning services to facilitate informed decisions on their fertility needs towards sustainable socio-economic development.

Tanzania Commitment Objectives

  • Increase access and utilization of modern contraceptives among adolescents from 13 % (TDHS 2015) to 20% (HSSP V) by 2025.
  • By 2030, national gender-focused programs and organizations address gender and social norms impeding rights-based family planning services.
  • By 2025, Tanzania’s modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) for all women increased from 27% (TDHS 2015/2016) to 42% (One Plan III).
  • By 2030, the Government of Tanzania increases domestic resources to finance family planning commodities by at least 10% annually from the current annual allocation of 14 billion Tanzania shillings, and disburses fully.
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