Ethiopia commits to financing reproductive health commodities

Ethiopia commits to financing reproductive health commodities

Publication Date: June 2020

By increasing the domestic financing to sexual and reproductive health commodities, Ethiopia is experiencing an improvement in the contraceptive prevalence rate. In 2000, the rate was as low as 6% and increased to 36% in 2016. The current data for 2019 shows an increment of 41%. UNFPA supports Ethiopia with the procurement of family planning commodities and technical assistance that has strengthened the country's supply chain management system.

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