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FP2030 Indicators
The following Indicators are reported annually for Low-Income and Lower-Middle Income Countries. Click on any indicator to see the definition and data source.

The Family Planning 2030 (FP2030) indicators are an evolution of those developed at the start of the Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) global initiative. The intent of constructing a core set of indicators for Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) was to provide an annual global readout of key progress markers that would be applicable to and available from the 69 countries with a GNI per capita equal to or less than $2,500 (2012). A set of Core Indicators was selected through a systematic process to determine whether countries are on track to reach their goals, to assess strategies and inform decision- making, to provide the tools to answer fundamental questions concerning the overall performance of FP2020, and, importantly, to measure how well individual needs are met.

With the transition to FP2030, the partnership no longer focuses solely on the FP2020 69 focus countries and is open for any country to make a commitment. FP2030 annually reports on a set of key indicators for all Low-Income and Lower-Middle Income countries using the World Bank’s GNI per capita classifications as of 2018. Indicators have been updated in the FP2030 Results Framework to monitor progress toward the FP2030 Vision-based Result:

  • Voluntary modern contraceptive use by everyone who wants it
  • The right of informed choice and agency for all individuals
  • Responsive and sustainable systems providing a wide range of contraceptives
  • A supportive policy environment

Refer to the FP2030 Indicator Table Handouts below for a quick overview of all FP2030 indicators. For more detailed information on each indicator (rationale, definition, calculation, disaggregation, data sources, frequency of data) and the overall measurement approach for FP2030, see the FP2030 Measurement Framework on the FP2030 Data Hub page.