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Date: 10/31/2016
Source: GFF
Type: Case Studies
When the Global Financing Facility (GFF) was announced in 2014, it promised a “pioneering” way to finance and improve the lives of women, adolescents, children and newborns through provision of reproductive, maternal newborn and child health programs and policies. Family planning advocates and implementers were interested in the possibility of additional funds particularly as a global...
Date: 05/27/2016
Source: PATH
Type: Newsletters
Over 90,000 new contraceptive users reached       As access to Sayana Press expands globally, PATH has continued to monitor Sayana Press consumption in four pilot introduction countries: Burkina Faso, Niger, Senegal, and Uganda. PATH will continue to collect monitoring data from the pilot introductions through June 2016, approximately two years after the pilots launched. In the meantime, PATH...
Date: 05/13/2016
Source: GFF
Type: Website and Portals
The Global Financing Facility is a multi-stakeholder partnership that supports country-led efforts to improve the health of women, children, and adolescents. It's new website, http://globalfinancingfacility.org/, provides key information on the country platform, the investment case and the health financing strategy for each of the GFF countries, including some key documents.  For example, you can...
Date: 04/14/2016
Source: The CSIS Task Force on Women's & Family Health
Type: Blogs
Cooperation between government and the private sector has played a significant role in Senegal’s remarkable progress in increasing contraceptive prevalence, which jumped from 12% in 2012 to 20% in 2014 following years of stagnation. Key to this success was the fact that government had a clear and costed plan, along with the commitment and resources to reach its targets.  Availability of supplies...
Date: 04/14/2016
Source: The CSIS Task Force on Women's & Family Health
Type: Blogs
In fact, Senegalese women are driving important changes in their country, focusing in new ways on their own health and that of their children and communities. With 95 percent of Senegal’s population identifying as Muslim, religion played a significant role in many of these conversations.  The opinions of religious leaders are a profoundly revered source of information in Senegal.  And while many...
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