The Contraception Policy Atlas developed by EPF compares 46 countries by looking at their policies regarding access to contraceptives, including the reimbursement schemes and family planning counselling as well as at the available public online information.
Compared to the Benelux, France and the UK, contraception policies are generally weaker in Central and Eastern European countries. Poland, Hungary and Russia have the worst scores in terms of access to contraceptives. While Poland has a publicly funded healthcare system, it does not reimburse any kind of contraception and does not have any government-supported website about contraceptive methods.
Detailed information about every country can be found on an interactive map.