USAID's Investments for Family Planning and Reproductive Health in South Sudan - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Family Planning and Reproductive Health spending

In South Sudan, only four percent of women of reproductive age are using contraception. USAID programs increase demand for and use of voluntary family planning by counseling individuals and training health providers in family planning and reproductive health services.

Mothers wait to have their babies immunized in a clinic supported by USAID in Juba.

Mothers wait to have their babies immunized in a clinic supported by USAID in Juba.

USAID/South Sudan

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Investments and results for fiscal year 2011 include USAID non-humanitarian development activities in Sudan as whole, the majority of which was focused in South Sudan.