Financial Management System (FMS)
Family Planning-Field Service Delivery

Vision & Mission

Family Planning-Field Services Delivery (FP-FSD) operational plan aims to achieve demographic goals including FP 2020, SDGs, Vision 2021 and 7th five year plans goals by achieving following objectives.

General Objective:
Contribute to achieve Total Fertility Rate (TFR) 2 by 2022 by improving family planning services delivery.

Specific objectives of this operational plan are:

  • To contribute to achieve Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) 75% by 2022;
  • To contribute to achieve unmet need of contraceptives 6% by 2022;
  • To contribute to reduce discontinuation rate to 20% by 2022;
  • To provide family planning services to the target population with special focus in the hard-to-reach and low performing areas including urban slums and adolescents;
  • To improve quality of care; and
  • To strengthen GO-NGO/ private sector collaboration.
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Indicators of this operational Plan:

Sl. No
Unit of Measurement
Baseline (with Year and Data Source)
Projected Target
Middle of Program (By June 2020) End of Program (By June 2022)
1 2 3 4 5 6
Proportion of women of reproductive age (age 15-49 years) who have their need for FP satisfied with modern methods
Percentage 12% 8 6
Adolescent birth rate (age 10-14 years: aged 15-19 years) per 1,000 women in that age group
Per 1000 83 60 55
CPR (modern methods) in lagging regions
Percentage (BDHS, UESD Sylhet Division 40.9%
& Chittagong Division 47.2%
55% 60%
Number of Upazillas covered for orientation of DGHS service providers on FP-MCH issues
Number of Upazila with trained HA/AHI/ CHCP (Admin record) N/A 250 488

This operational plan has six components under which different interventions are identified to achieve operational plan objective. The components of the operational plan are:

  • Ensuring availability of contraceptives and other supplies;
  • Strengthening Field Services Delivery;
  • Family Planning services in Hard-to-Reach Areas;
  • Family Planning Services in Urban Slums;
  • Community Participation; and
  • Quality of Care;
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