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Amplify Family Planning and Sexual Reproductive Health (AmplifyPF)

AmplifyPF mobilizes and engages communities, national resources, donors, and West African communities to strengthen the sustainability and scale-up of postpartum and postabortion family planning in target health districts, including integrating family planning into immunization programs. This program delivers high-impact services for women and girls in poor and underserved urban populations, and recently expanded its activities to prevent and mitigate COVID-19 effects on family planning service utilization in the four target countries.

Project Date: 2018 - 2023
Funder: US Agency for International Development

In 2018, the modern contraceptive prevalence rate in Côte d’Ivoire was 17%.

PMA 2018

In 2017, the modern contraceptive prevalence rate in Togo was 17%.

DHS 2014

In 2017, the modern contraceptive prevalence rate in Niger 18.1%.

PMA 2017

In 2020, the modern contraceptive prevalence rate in Burkina Faso was 25%.

PMA 2020

What We Do

  • Scale up stakeholder support for proven high-impact practices that offer greater access to family planning.
  • Equip local leaders and practitioners with the necessary tools to build sustainable practices, and garner support for task shifting, postpartum family planning, and health services integration.
  • Promote couple’s communication, increase male involvement in families, and marriage preparation activities for young couples.
  • Strengthen care providers’ capacity in adolescents/youth sexual rights and reproductive Health.

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