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Access to family planning and contraception is a fundamental dimension of sexual and reproductive health and rights. In Guinea, FP falls in a sociocultural context where marriage and family dynamics are social values that guide most communities. The country objective is to increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate among all women from 12.6% in 2020 to 18.52% in 2023 by making services free in all public health facilities by 2024.

Core indicators


Additional users in 10 years


mCPR Married Women


Unmet needs


Demand satisfied


By 2030, a Guinea where the entire population, including adolescents and young people, is in good health and enjoys socio-economic well-being through universal access to affordable and quality family planning services.


Le PO a atteint et dépassé, en 2020, ces objectifs en enregistrant plus de 3,8 millions d’utilisatrices additionnelles au lieu de 3,3 millions. Son objectif actuel est d’atteindre 13 millions d’utilisatrices de méthodes modernes d’ici 2030, doublant ainsi le chiffre actuel qui est de 6,5 millions.

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OPCU staff

Marie Syr Diagne

Country Liaison Associate

Address  : Dakar - Senegal

Focal points

Fadima Djeney Kaba

Family Health and Nutrition National Director/Health Ministry

Address : Conakry, Guinea

Madina Rachid

Deputy Director of Family Health and Nutrition/Health Ministry

Address : Conakry, Guinea

Bintou Hadja Bamba

OSC/PF Chairwoman

Address : Conakry, Guinea

Jonas Haba

Youth Focal Point/FP2030

Address : Conakry, Guinea

Barbara Sow

Resident Representative/UNFPA

Address : Conakry, Guinee

Ndiouga Diallo

RHCS Technical Specialist/UNFPA

Address : Conakry, Guinea

Tamar Bah

Health Office Director/USAID

Address : Conakry, Guinea

Pierre Balamou


Address : Conakry, Guinea

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