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Date: 10/30/2017
Source: PATH
Type: Case Studies , Videos and Webinars
Access to a range of contraceptive choices allows each woman to find an option that works best for her. The all-in-one injectable contraceptive, subcutaneous DMPA* (DMPA-SC, marketed as Pfizer’s Sayana® Press**) can overcome access barriers by enabling health worker administration in new and remote locations, and even self-injection. Between 2017 and 2020, the Subcutaneous DMPA Access...
Date: 10/30/2017
Source: PATH
Type: Case Studies
New evidence indicates that self-injected contraception could make a significant impact in addressing high contraceptive discontinuation rates. Results from a recent FHI 360 study in Malawi showed that self-injection led to a more than 50 percent increase in continuous DMPA-SC use over 12 months compared to provider administration. FHI 360, through the US Agency for International Development’s...
Date: 10/25/2017
Source: The Pace Project
Type: Toolkits
This Policy Communication Toolkit is a resource to bridge the gap that often lies between research and policy. It consolidates tools, materials, and approaches PRB has developed and refined over 30 years of training researchers to communicate to policy audiences. Research often has profound implications for policy, but without effective communication between researchers and policy audiences, the...
Date: 10/25/2017
Source: WHO
Type: Publications
This tool for monitoring human rights in contraceptive services and programmes contributes to the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) ongoing work on rights-based contraceptive programmes. This work builds directly on WHO’s 2014 Ensuring human rights within contraceptive programmes: a human rights analysis of existing quantitative indicators (1) and the 2015 publication Ensuring human rights...
Date: 10/12/2017
Source: K4Health
Type: Videos and Webinars
n late 2015, the Implant Removal Task Force was initiated to bring together implementing partners and donors to identify existing best practices and call attention to research and programming gaps for expanding access to quality contraceptive implant removal services. Among the task force’s activities is an effort to identify gaps related to difficult implant removal and develop resources to...
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