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Date: 09/07/2017
Source: PMA2020
Type: Blogs , Data , Meeting Documents
Data from the fifth and most recent round of the Performance Monitoring and Accountability 2020 (PMA2020) survey in Ethiopia show an increasing proportion of women, married, unmarried, and all, are using highly effective, long-acting forms of contraception, such as implants, intrauterine devices (IUDs), and to a lesser degree sterilization. Over the past three and a half years (since PMA2020’s...
Date: 08/12/2017
Source: UHMG
Type: Videos and Webinars
Date: 05/04/2017
Source: International Consortium for Emergncy Contraception, European Consortium for Emergency Contraception
Type: Website and Portals
Published by the European Consortium for Emergency Contraception in May 2016, this tool was initially conceived for use in Europe, where most countries have all oral EC methods available directly from the pharmacy since 2015. The EC wheel is based on WHO and the UK Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare recommendations for EC use. The methods included are the Copper IUD, levonorgestrel and...
Date: 03/02/2017
Source: WHO
Type: Publications
The World Health Organization (WHO) convened a technical consultation during 1–2 December 2016 to review new evidence on the risk of HIV acquisition with the use of hormonal contraception. The issue was recognized as a critical one, particularly for sub-Saharan Africa, where women have a high lifetime risk of acquiring HIV, hormonal contraceptives constitute a significant component of the...
Date: 03/02/2017
Source: WHO
Type: Blogs
Since 1991, there has been mixed evidence as to whether using hormonal contraceptive methods increases a woman’s risk of acquiring HIV. To answer this question the World Health Organization (WHO) has continuously monitored the available evidence. In 2016, WHO commissioned an update of a 2014 systematic review of evidence to include new studies. The updated evidence was examined in December 2016...
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