As part of the Support for International Family Planning Organizations (SIFPO) 2 project and in discussion with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), PSI/Mozambique undertook a landscaping of its family planning market in March and April of 2015. The landscape sought to identify market constraints that were barriers to meeting the family planning needs of Mozambican women. The exercise was conducted with support from the SIFPO2 team in headquarters and the regional marketing team.
This landscape analysis provides PSI and other partners in Mozambique clear outline of how different actors can reinforce their efforts to meet the needs of the women in Mozambique taking into account policy level constraints, cultural barriers, and perceived risk of family planning methods on the user level. This analysis will be shared with different donors and discuss how PSI will leverage efforts with different stakeholders.