The Cost of Family Planning in Jordan
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This brief presents the main findings of a multi-country study conducted in support of USAID's efforts to help national governments increase modern contraceptive prevalence. The study's main objective is to promote understanding of the aggregate costs of increasing the use of family planning (FP). The USAID | Health Policy Initiative, Task Order 1 analyzed the costs of actual FP service provision, identified key barriers to increased uptake of family planning, and estimated the cost of reducing these barriers. This brief focuses on the cost of FP service provision in Jordan.
|Document Type:||Policy Briefs|
|No. of Pages:||6|
|Country:||Jordan, ASIA & MIDDLE EAST|
|Keywords:||FP/RH, Contraceptive Security, MDGs, Unmet Need|