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This report uses a political economy analysis (PEA) approach to help identify the incentives and constraints affecting the behaviour of the different individual and institutional actors involved in facilitating or inhibiting implementation of Pakistan’s new population initiative. 

 

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The conceptual public–private partnership (PPP) framework and guidelines presented in this report aim to provide a road map for creating the enabling environment needed to foster much-needed PPPs for family planning in the country, with a clearer definition of public and private sector roles and processes for legally binding partnerships.

 

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This report presents our analysis of private sector stakeholders, focusing on their current role in providing FP services, the challenges they face, support they require from the public sector and their perspectives about PPPs to improve access to FP services in Pakistan and proposed roles for the public and private sectors in such partnerships.

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Estimating the Health Impacts and Economic Returns of Increased Family Planning Provision in PAKISTAN
 

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Sindh

Estimating the Health Impacts and Economic Returns of Increased Family Planning Provision in Sindh
 

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Punjab

Estimating the Health Impacts and Economic Returns of Increased Family Planning Provision in Punjab
 

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 Balochistan

Estimating the Health Impacts and Economic Returns of Increased Family Planning Provision in Balochistan

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Khyber-Pukhtunkhwa

Estimating the Health Impacts and Economic Returns of Increased Family Planning Provision in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa
 

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Pakistan is Country that is vulnerable to the effects of natural hazards, including floods, droughts, and earthquakes. People in Pakistan are also highly affected by regional geo-political issues, conflicts, and refugee crises, as well as the impacts of sectarian violence. Such conditions require strengthened preparedness, relief and response operations, particularly for women and girls, to ensure their safety before, during and in the aftermath of emergency settings.

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