Knowledge Summary 20: Access to Family Planning


Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health; (2012) Knowledge Summary 20: Access to Family Planning. Documentation. Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health.

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Abstract

Ensuring universal access to reproductive health and rights, including family planning, is key to achieving global goals to improve women’s and children’s health. Without additional attention and resources, unmet need is projected to grow by 40% over the next 15 years. Universal access to family planning requires implementation of a range of evidence-based practices to increase demand for and access to services. Supply chain management is one of the essential components. Three notable ways to strengthen reproductive health supply chains are: innovative use of technology, improving coordination and leveraging private sector experience in supply chain management. There are now significant opportunities related to initiatives such as Every Woman, Every Child for stakeholders to engage in building demand, strengthening supply chains, and ensuring sustained availability to family planning commodities, information and services.

Item Type: Monograph
Additional Information: LSHTM Leads: Bilal Avan and Kate Sabot (scientific writer). LSHTM Steering committee: Oona Campbell, Joanna Schellenberg and Pat Doyle. External reviewer: Roger Rochat (Emory University). Discussants and Reviewers: DFID: Julia Bunting, Sandra MacDonagh; Family Care International: Ann Starrs; International Planned Parenthood Federation: Sarah Shaw; LSHTM: John Cleland, Sarah Robbins-Penniman, Joanna Busza; Maternal Health Task Force: Ana Langer, Mary Nell Wegner; USAID: Alan Bornbusch; RTT Trans Africa: Maeve Magner; University of Michigan: Prashant Yadav; WHO Michael Mbizvo, Elizabeth Mason; UNFPA Laura Laski, Jagdish Upadhyay, Kechi Ogbuagu; PMNCH Carole Presern, Shyama Kuruvilla. LSHTM Support: Agnes Becker, Shirine Voller. Design: Roberta Annovi.
Research Centre: IDEAS
Centre for Maternal, Reproductive and Child Health (MARCH)
Copyright Holders: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health
URI: http://researchonline.lshtm.ac.uk/id/eprint/705615

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