Costed Implementation Plans

What is a Cost implemented Plan?
A Costed Implementation Plan (CIP) is a multi-year actionable roadmap designed to help governments achieve their family planning goalsā€”goals that will save millions of lives and improve the health and well-being of women, families, and communities. CIPs are critical in transforming ambitious family planning commitmentsā€”such as those made through Family Planning 2030 and the Ouagadougou Partnershipā€”into concrete programs and policies.

What is the CIP Kit?
The CIP Resource Kit features tools for developing and executing a robust, actionable, rights-based, and resourced family planning strategy. Specifically, the kit includes resources and tools necessary for program planners, ministry representatives, and technical assistance providers to go through the 10-step CIP process. The CIP Resource Kit provides best-practice guidance based on over a decade of hands-on experience of governments, donors, and technical assistance providers in creating and implementing CIPs. In 2022, the CIP Resource Kit was refreshed as a part of a continuous learning and revision process. The CIP Resource Kit contains:

  • 5 crosscutting tools and resources that are applicable across all 10 steps
  • 14 tools and resources organized around the 10 steps to plan for, develop, and execute a CIP
  • A library of additional resources that can be referenced or used throughout the process