FP Goals is an innovative model designed to improve strategic planning. FP Goals combines demographic data, family planning program information, and evidence of the effectiveness of diverse interventions to help decision-makers set realistic goals and prioritize investments across different family planning interventions. You can learn more about FP Goals by reading the Overview Brief or reviewing this overview presentation.
The FP Goals model currently requires a facilitated application. However, the FP Goals Lite tool available online provides a quick glance at how scaling up select interventions might change a country's mCPR. If interested in a full FP Goals application, contact Track20.
Using evidence from more than 70 studies, estimates have been made of the potential effectiveness of a range of interventions on increasing mCPR. The following types of interventions are included in the model:
Below is an illustrative example of FP goals result. The model shows you the mCPR growth estimated in each scenario, as well as the relative contribution of each intervention. Results can be used to assess a realistic mCPR goal, and support discussions on prioritization of interventions.
|Learn more about FP Goals in this overview presentation.||Overview Presentation|
|Learn more about FP Goals interventions and how they map to the HIPS||FP Goals Intervention Summary|
|Learn more about when to use FP Goals||When to Use FP Goals Factsheet|
|Learn more about the FP Goals application in Malawi||English Brief|
|Learn more about the FP Goals application in Tanzania||English Brief|
|Learn more about the FP Goals application in Lao PDR|
|Learn more about the FP Goals application in Sierra Leone||English|
|Published paper on the impact matrix||English|