Senegal has made great progress since the government first launched the National Family Planning Action Plan in 2012. Since then, married women of reproductive age (15-49) using a modern method of contraception has increased from 16.1% to 23.1%. Still, nearly a quarter of them want to delay or prevent pregnancy but do not use a modern method of contraception.[1]

AFP’s in-country partner is Réseau Siggil Jigéen. Réseau Siggil Jigéen is committed to advocating for financial commitments to family planning both at the national level and with mayors at the commune level.

View Senegal’s Family Planning 2020 commitment.

[1] Senegal Demographic and Health Survey 2016.

Key Contacts

Représentante De L'initiative Afp Au Sénégal
Réseau Siggil Jigéen
Director Of Programs
Réseau Siggil Jigéen
Réseau Siggil Jigéen
Program Assistant
Réseau Siggil Jigéen