Four counties in Kenya have developed and approved new, five-year (2014-2018) costed family planning strategies, also known as costed implementation plans. The strategies provide a basis for prioritizing and budgeting for family planning as well as guidance in organizing, mobilizing resources, and implementing and monitoring family planning programs at the county level. Beginning in the 2015/16 fiscal year, counties will have a framework in place to allocate a budget line for family planning for the first time.
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Case Study: Four Kenyan Counties Develop Costed Family Planning Strategies
Publication Year: 2015
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