The Family Planning Effort Index (FPE) is a long-standing measure that quantifies the strength of national Family Planning Programs. The FPE has been collected periodically since 1972, and provides results across four key components: policies, services, evaluation, and access. The index was developed to measure the level of effort that goes into FP programs, and to track how this changes over time.The FPE:
1 List taken from: Family Planning Program Effort Index: Measure Evaluation
Select from the drop-down lists below to see results from the FPE. You can look at overall scores and individual components for FPE results from 1972 to 2014. Below this table you will find links to additional resources- including an excel spreadsheet with the full FPE data set.
|This excel file includes all detailed FPE data by country, with a tab for each round of the FPE from 1972 to 2014.||FPE Datafile|
|This document provides additional information to guide use and interpretation of the FPE scores.||Notes on FPE scores|
|This link directs you to the latest publication on the FPE, written by Bernice Kuang and Isabel Brodsky and published in International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health.||Global Trends in Family Planning Programs, 1999-2014|
|This page from the Measure Evaluation FP and Reproductive Health Indicator Database provides an overview of the FPE.||Family Planning Program Effort Index Overview|
|Questionnaire used for the 2014 round of the FPE||English French|