Annual Contraceptive Performance Report 2011-12

The overall, Contraceptive Performance for the year 2011-12 in terms of Couple Year of Protection (CYP) has increased by 0.7% in comparison with the corresponding period of the last financial year (2010-11).

The Province-wise profile of CYP indicates an increase in Punjab (11.4%) and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (12.1%), while decrease in Sindh (8.8%) and Balochistan (6.4%) whereas an increase of 19.5% witnessed in the district Islamabad. The Contraceptive Performance of Population Welfare Departments and NGOs have also shown an increase of 6.9% and 3.8% respectively, as compared with the previous year.

Method-wise comparison of CYP, shows increase in Oral Pills (7.2%) and IUDs (8.8%) while decrease in Condoms (7.7%), Injectable (9.7%) and Contraceptive Surgery (11.7%) is observed.

Outlet-wise CYP depicts an increase of 8.1% in Family Welfare Centers (FWCs), 29.0% in Reproductive Health Services-A Centers (RHS-A), 6.8% in Mobile Service Units (MSUs), 15.8% in Hakeems and Homeopaths (H&H), 8.7% in Male Mobilizers (MM), 7.4% in Registered Medical Practioners (RMPs), 37.4% in FATA, 8.6% in Family Planning Association of Pakistan (FPAP). The performance has decreased by 46.3% in RHS-B, 9.8% in Provincial Line Departments (PLDs), 2.9% in AJK, 12.0% in GilgitBaltistan, 0.8% in Regional Training Institutes (RTIs), 22.3% in Marie Stopes Society of Pakistan and 13.5% in Social Marketing of Contraceptives (SMC).

The overall Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) on the basis of modern methods, during 2011-12 is 23.20%. The provinces make the rising sequence of CPR as Balochistan (6.33%), Sindh (13.09%), Punjab (15.60%) and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (17.45%). The highest CPR is observed in the Federal district Islamabad (36.09%).

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Author Pakistan Bureau of Statistics
Maintainer Namra Naseem
Last Updated April 4, 2021, 19:45 (UTC)
Created October 15, 2020, 13:43 (UTC)
Publisher Pakistan Bureau of Statistics
Data Type non-geospatial
Data Source Secondary Research
Organization Type Federal government
Category Demography