Review of Viet Nam’s Family Planning Program in the context of declining donor funding
Từ khóa:Family planning, donor budget declining, population, policy, Vietnam
The aim of this paper is to review the evolution of the family planning program (PFP) and its learning experiences in transition from international donors to national funding. A total of 126 secondary documents including demographic and other surveys, government policy documents/ reports, donor reports, and published research were reviewed. PFP is a priority of the Vietnam Government. The policy process of transition was gradually and jointly implemented by both donors and the Viet Nam Government. The high cost-effectiveness and high impacts of the PFP policy were also as rationales for investment in the context of international budget declining. This inﬂuenced national political leaders to give sustained attention to the
issue. This important lesson can be considered for applying several similar programs such as HIV/AIDS in Vietnam and in other countries.
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