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Data for Decision Making


PMA2020's blog series, “Data for Decision Making” puts the spotlight on how PMA2020 data are being used to track and monitor policy and program goals and targets and inform policy and program improvements. This series will highlight how the PMA2020 platform and data are increasingly being instutionalized and used by a variety of stakeholders. 


In June 2017 the PMA2020/Burkina Faso team met with the Groupe Technique en Santé de la Reproduction (GT/SR), a technical working group made up of public sector and civil society representatives, established to monitor the country’s progress towards their family planning strategic objectives. The Ministry of Health Division for Family Health, which also leads family planning programming for the Ministry, along with the GT/SR, have begun to rely on PMA2020 data to track progress towards reaching a 32% modern contraceptive prevalence rate by 2020 and other family planning and reproductive health goals... English >>  en français >>


PMA2020 Data Use in Uganda

Assumpta_0.jpgIn Uganda, PMA2020 data have been welcomed by the national Ministry of Health and key stakeholders to enable tracking of progress towards national goals and commitments on family planning targets. Dissemination events for PMA2020 survey results have been drawing increasing crowds with each subsequent round of data collection. 

The dissemination of data from the fourth round in August 2016 drew over 60 participants from the government and key stakeholders including MOH, UBoS, USAID, UNFPA, PPDARO, RHU and various media outlets. In addition to monitoring progress towards the Ugandan government’s commitments made at  Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) summit, the initial impetus of the project, a number of other examples illustrate how PMA2020 is currently being used by a variety of stakeholders in the country. Read more >>