Jordan National Reproductive Health / Family Planning Strategy at a Glance 2013

Tags: Environmental / preventive health care Family planning Population and demography

This policy brief, published in 2013 summarizes the National Reproductive Health/Family Planning strategy, which was developed by the Higher Population Council (HPC), with support from the USAID-funded Health Policy Project (HPP). The Strategy describes three main challenges to the FP program: 1) policy 2) access, and 3) beliefs and behaviors, and outlines the interventions planned to address them. The strategy is based on a participatory process led by the HPC that involves public, civil society, and private stakeholders as well as international donors. It includes all national-level outcomes that partners will achieve within five years to improve the RH/FP environment and support achievement of the Demographic Opportunity thereby improving the welfare of all Jordanian citizens.

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