Zambia has a relatively low modern contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) of 45%. Routine Family Planning (FP) services at public health facilities is provided for very limited hours . In 2012 at the FP2020 London Summit, Zambia committed to increasing CPR to 58% by 2020. To achieve this, the country committed to integrating FP provision into other health services. Through Society for Family Health (SFH) Zambia, USAID funded the Sexual and Reproductive Health for All Initiative (SARAI) a 5 year project (2015 – 2020) with the aim to increase mCPR by 2% annually in three provinces through increased access to and improved quality of integrated family planning and reproductive health services both at facility and community levels.