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On 16th November 2021, the Ministry of Health Kenya and NCPD launched Kenya’s commitments that include;
1) To increase mCPR (married women) from current 58% to 64% by 2030
2) To reduce unmet need for FP for all women from 14% to 10% by 2030
3) To ensure sustained availability of family planning commodities to the last mile
4) To enhance the capacity of human resources for health (HRH) to provide FP information and services. Special attention to the under-served, vulnerable and hard to reach population including populations in humanitarian/emergency situations. Aim is to reduce unmet need by 10% points by 2030
5) To reduce pregnancy among adolescent girls (15-19 years) from 14% to 10% by 2025.
6) Transform social and gender norms to improve male engagement in family planning and eliminate social-cultural barriers to FP service utilization.
7) Improve availability and utilization of quality FP data for decision making
8) Increase domestic financing for family planning commodities to cover 100% of the requirements (currently at USD 30M) by 2026.