Resource requirement to meet India's FP 2020 commitments
Attaining the commitment to FP2020 goal hinges on India’s ability to scale up the coverage of spacing methods of contra-ception. As per Vision 2020, the Government of India expects a shift in the need for contraceptives with increasing preference for spacing methods. This poses a challenge for India’s family planning programme, which is largely focused on terminal methods. this policy brief focuses on macro (national) level resource requirement for meeting India’s commitment for FP2020. It is based on current method mix, provider mix and direct cost of the family planning programme in the national and state budgets of 10 high focus states under the National Health Mission.