Nepal has committed to reaching a modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) of 70% by 2030, up from 48% in 2016, and has set a target of reducing unmet needs for family planning to 10% or less.

Nepal has implemented a range of family planning initiatives, including increasing access to and availability of contraceptives, improving the quality of family planning services, and expanding outreach to underserved populations. The government has also worked to strengthen the capacity of health workers and improve the supply chain for contraceptives.