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Funding Needed to Fully Implement Family Planning Services in:

UASIN GISHU

Family Planning (FP) Budget Allocations Have Increased but Remain Small Share of Health Budget Is Uasin Gishu Fulfilling Its FP2020 Commitment?

Every 100 KES spent on FP saves 225 KES on maternal and child health costs.

5.6% OF HEALTH BUDGET

Does Not Have FP Budget Line

Costed Implementation Plan 69.6 million KES in 2015/16

82.8 million KES in 2016/17

Uasin Gishu has a higher rate of teenage pregnancy than Kenya as a whole

22.2%

104.1 million KES in 2017/18

Median age at first: Providing adolescents with contraception can: SEX 17

BIRTH 21

Help young women stay in school. Support young women’s economic development. Promote healthier planned pregnancies and births.

0-10%

10-20%

20-30%

Above 30%

FP Programming in Uasin Gishu Requires More Funds

MARRIAGE 21

CONTRACEPTIVE USE 22

Create a FP budget line to fully fund the CIP.

Leverage donor funds to support CIP implementation.

Dedicate specific funds for adolescent FP programming.


Funding Needed to Fully Implement Family Planning Services in:

UASIN GISHU

References Guttmacher Institute, “Adding It Up: Investing in Contraception and Maternal and Newborn Health, 2017, Fact Sheet” (2017), accessed at www.guttmacher.org/sites/default/files/factsheet/adding-it-up-contraception-mnh-2017.pdf, on Oct. 1, 2017. DSW, “Family Planning Budget Analysis in Kenya 2017,” (Nairobi, Kenya: DSW, 2017). Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS), Ministry of Health (MOH), National AIDS Control Council (NACC), Kenya Medical Research Institute (KMRI), National Council for Population and Development (NCPD), and ICF International, Kenya Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) 2014 (Nairobi, Kenya: KNBS, MOH, NACC, KMRI, NCPD, and ICF International, 2014). Kenya MOH, International Centre for Reproductive Health Kenya (ICRHK), NCPD, and KNBS, “PMA2016/Kenya-R5 Performance Monitoring and Accountability 2020: Key Family Planning Indicators,” (May 2017), accessed at http://pma2020. org, on Oct. 15, 2017. Jacqueline E. Darroch et al., “Adding it Up: Costs and Benefits of Meeting the Contraceptive Needs of Adolescents,” (May 2016), accessed at www.guttmacher.org, on Oct. 1, 2017. FIGURES FAMILY PLANNING BUDGET ALLOCATIONS HAVE INCREASED BUT REMAIN SMALL SHARE OF HEALTH BUDGET

DSW, 2017. PERCENT OF YOUNG WOMEN WHO HAVE BEGUN CHILDBEARING

Kenya DHS 2014. MEDIAN AGE AT FIRST SEX, BIRTH, MARRIAGE, AND CONTRACEPTIVE USE

Kenya MOH, ICRHK, NCPD, and KNBS, 2017.

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