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Aware of the rapid population growth and the social, health and economic consequences it generates, the administrative and health authorities of Niger have implemented numerous strategies and actions aimed at controlling population growth through the promotion of family planning. Thus, Niger wants to raise the modern contraceptive prevalence rate from 21.8% in 2020 to 29.3% in 2025, and to 36.8% in 2030.

Core indicators


Additional users in 10 years


mCPR Married Women


Unmet needs


Demand satisfied


By the end of 2030, Niger is a country where all girls, women, including those in vulnerable situations are fulfilled with engaged communities and sexual and reproductive health and family planning services available and accessible everywhere and for everyone, in complete freedom without any form of discrimination, coercion or violence.


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

Fatim Traoré

Country Liaison Associate

Address  : Ouagadougou - Burkina Faso

Focal points

Amadou Housseini

Family Planning Director/Health Ministry

Address : Niamey, Niger

Issoufa Harou

Population and Reproductive Health General Director

Address : Niamey, Niger

Yaou Moussa

OSC/PF Chairwoman

Address : Niamey, Niger

Kadiatou Idani

Youth Focal Point/FP2030

Address : Niamey, Niger

Kaboré Saidou

Country Representative/UNFPA

Address : Niger

Aboubakar Cissé

Deputy Country Representative/UNFPA

Address : Niamey, Niger

Adamou Manzo

Program Officer/UNFPA

Address :

Dr Oumarou Soumana

Technical Advisor of the Kulawa Project/USAID

Address : Niamey, Niger

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