From its inception in 2012, FP2020 has been committed to leading a transformation in the monitoring and evaluation of family planning. FP2020’s measurement framework was designed to produce high-quality annual data to inform decision making, with Core Indicators that are comparable across countries. Over the past eight years, FP2020 and its measurement partners have worked to harmonize and align reporting, improve indicators and methodologies, and enhance the infrastructure and capacity to generate and use robust data. In this FP2020 Measurement Learning Series, we explore the successes, challenges, and lessons of FP2020’s measurement agenda, and discuss the implications for the post-2020 family planning partnership.
For more on FP2020’s measurement agenda and goals, watch FP2020 Arc of Progress – Data Highlights. This session demonstrates the impact of the FP2020 partnership on data and measurement and discusses the progress the partnership has made toward key measurement goals. The session features Emily Sonneveldt from Track20, Zenon Mujani, the Track20 Monitoring & Evaluation Officer in the DRC, and the Co-leads of the FP2020 Performance Monitoring & Evidence Working Group, Sarah Bradley, Ilene Speizer and Paulin Tra.