#FundFPNaija: Domestic Funding for Family Planning Needs Urgent Prioritisation

The #FundFPNaija policy dialogue tackled the issue of Domestic Resource Mobilisation for Family Planning (FP) Services in Nigeria. Photo credit: Nigeria Health Watch
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch
  1. Increase revenue generation and allocation of funding to health through earmarked taxes and efficient management of resources.
  2. Work with states to identify their priorities and ensure advocacy for family planning services fit into them to increase resource mobilisation at the state level.
  3. Increase private sector involvement in funding for family planning services by making a sound business case on prospective benefits, such as reduction in taxes, and reduced maternal mortality.
  4. Empower youth with the right information to increase demand, uptake and access to family planning services
  5. Increase men’s involvement in advocacy for increased access to family planning services

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