The purpose of this project is to improve maternal, newborn and child health outcomes through increased access to quality postpartum family planning (FP) services. With funding from UNFPA, Jhpiego is enhancing the capacity of six targeted upazilas within Cox’s Bazar District, to increase demand for, and supply of, FP information and services within integrated sexual and reproductive health care. The three overarching areas of focus are: 1) strengthening facilities to provide services; 2) building capacity of health care providers; and 3) creating demand for FP, with special attention on ensuring that counseling uses a rights-based approach and highlights the importance of women making choices best suited to their own needs and comfort. The project also supports implementation of a national FP program with quality service delivery of all FP methods at community, union, upazila and district levels in Cox’s Bazar. This includes tracking uninterrupted availability of supplies and commodities through an electronic logistics management information system and building the capacity of providers on FP clinical skills. To improve the quality of services in health facilities, this project promotes use of basic infection prevention measures and effective counseling in compliance with clinical standards. To identify eligible couples and promote FP use, the project uses mobilization of community-based skilled birth attendants, existing volunteers, community support groups and local government bodies, as well as establishing an effective referral system from community to the service delivery point with a sustainable mechanism for referral compliance tracking, monitoring and evaluation.