Commitment Made at the July 2012 London Summit on Family Planning (Eng)

Burkina Faso, through the leadership and advocacy of the First Lady Mme. Chantal Campaoré, pledges to take action in terms of policy, funding and programming. The aim will be to maintain family planning as a central priority of development policies, effectively enforcing existing legal instruments on reproductive health and reducing the cost of contraceptive commodities. Burkina Faso will work toward increasing the resources allocated to family planning in state budgets. It will also seek to boost partnerships with the private sector and civil society organizations for service provision, to define and develop strategies for engaging men, and to establish regular and active monitoring of the availability of contraceptive commodities at all levels.

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