With PROPEL Health support, Guatemala’s National Family Planning Guide includes new quality-of-care standards with equity and quality guidelines, developed in partnership with the Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare, the Guatemalan Social Security Institute, family planning service providers, and nongovernmental organizations APROFAM and ALAS. The guidelines aim to improve and standardize the quality of family planning service provision, guarantee dignified patient treatment, promote clients’ right to make informed decisions on their use of contraceptives, and guide service providers on how to adapt family planning services to meet clients’ needs. In the long-term, the new guidelines are expected to increase Guatemala’s modern contraceptive prevalence rate and improve access to and the quality of reproductive health in the country. Now that the chapter has been finalized, PROPEL Health is continuing to work with service providers to create tools and mechanisms to monitor service provision data, incorporate the tools and mechanisms into the guide, and identify further areas for improvement.