Global Contraceptive Commodity Gap Analysis 2018 - Summary

Publication date: 2018

If total funding for supplies remains at the current level, while the consumption cost grows… Over the next three years (2018 through 2020), women will. . . Total annual spending on contraceptive supplies across 135 LMI countries is currently $2.55 billion.* International donors spent $267 million on supplies, or 10% of total spending. Country governments spent $196 million on supplies, or 8% of total spending. Individuals spent $2.09 billion on supplies sold by the private sector, or 82% of total spending. For every $1.00 the public sector (international donors and country governments) spent on supplies, individuals spent $4.50 to purchase their supplies from private sector retailers. In 2017, there were 461 million users of contraception living in 135 LMI countries. The likely addition of 31.4 million users of contraception over the next three years will raise the number of users of contraception to 493 million in 2020. Consume 3.58 billion cycles of contraceptive pills Receive 1.11 billion doses of injectable contraceptives Receive 30.5 million IUDs Receive 21.2 million implants The cumulative funding gap over three years (2018 through 2020) will be $793 million The cumulative cost of all supplies consumed over the next three years will be $8.45 billion. The funding gap will be $290 million in 2020, for that year alone In 2020, the total volume of supplies consumed by all users will cost $2.84 billion. A funding gap of $238 million will emerge in 2018 In 2017, the total volume of supplies consumed by users of contraception cost $2.76 billion. $ 2.55 bn $ 267 mn $ 196 mn $ 2.09 bn 1:4.5 461 mn 493 mn $ 793 mn $ 8.45 bn $ 290 mn $ 2.84 bn $ 238 mn $ 2.76 bn KEY FINDINGS FOR 135 LMI COUNTRIES $2.55 bn total 82% Private Sector-Individuals 8% 10% Public Sector-Donors Public Sector-Governments Two long-acting and permanent (sterilization and implant) and two short-term (injectable, male condom) methods of contraception will gain users over the next three years. There will be slight declines in the number of users of pills and IUDs over the next three years. *Total spending on supplies is the annual average calculated from three years of data (2014–2016). 3.58 bn 1.11 bn 30.5 mn 21.2 mn Commodity Gap Analysis 2018 If total funding for supplies remains at the current level, while the consumption cost grows… Over the next three years (2018 through 2020), women will. . . Total annual spending on contraceptive supplies in the 69 FP2020 countries is currently $1.03 billion.* International donors spent $247 million on supplies, or 24% of total spending. Country governments spent $136 million on supplies, or 13% of total spending. Individuals who bought supplies from the private sector spent $650 million, or 63% of total spending. Two-thirds of all spending came from individuals who bought supplies from private sector retailers. In 2017, there were 309 million users of contraception living in the 69 FP2020 countries. The likely addition of 28.1 million users of contraception over the next three years will raise the number of users of contraception to 337 million in 2020. Consume 2.05 billion cycles of contraceptive pills Receive 846 million doses of injectable contraceptives Receive 20.6 million IUDs Receive 18.2 million implants The cumulative funding gap over three years (2018 through 2020) will be $402 million The cumulative cost of all supplies consumed over the next three years will be $3.5 billion. The funding gap will be $175 million in 2020, for that year alone In 2020, the total volume of supplies consumed by all users will cost $1.21 billion. A funding gap of $93.1 million will emerge in 2018 In 2017, the total volume of supplies consumed by users of contraception cost $1.09 billion. $ 1.03 bn $ 247 mn $ 136 mn $ 650 mn 2/3 309 mn 337 mn $ 402 mn $ 3.50 bn $ 175 mn $ 1.21 bn $ 93.1 mn $ 1.09 bn KEY FINDINGS FOR THE 69 FP2020 COUNTRIES $1.03 bn total 63% Private Sector-Individuals 13% 24% Public Sector-Donors Public Sector-Governments Two long-acting and permanent (sterilization and implant) and two short-term (injectable, male condom) methods of contraception will gain users over the next three years. There will be fewer users of pills, and the number of IUD users will remain level over the next three years. *Total spending on supplies is the annual average calculated from three years of data (2014–2016). 2.05 bn 846 mn 20.6 mn 18.2 mn Commodity Gap Analysis 2018

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