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Zika webinar draws record attendance

5th February 2016

Few events have grabbed world headlines more dramatically than the recent outbreak of the Zika virus and the risk it poses to babies born to women infected by it. It is perhaps not surprising therefore that yesterday’s...

Categories: ForoLAC, Power of Partnership

Webinar: Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in the time of the Zika Epidemic

29th January 2016

To find a helpful response to questions about reproductive health and the Zika epidemic and to assess the epidemic’s impact on national contraceptive programs. The webinar will kick off with a short presentation to encourage discussion. Viweres can interact with one another; for a better webinar experience, we recommend you use a headset.

Categories: Webinars, ForoLAC, Power of Partnership

MOH Peru and USAID | DELIVER join forces to measure cost of reaching last mile

15th January 2016

In 2015, Peru’s Ministry of Health (MOH), in partnership with the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, implemented and co-funded a costing study for warehousing and transportation in La Libertad Region.

Categories: ForoLAC, Power of Partnership

Meet us in Bali!

14th January 2016

The Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition will be represented at this year’s International Conference on Family Planning by staff from its Secretariat and colleagues from many of its 360 member organizations. Coalition-hosted...

Categories: Power of Partnership, Shaping Markets, Delivering on Promises, Addressing Stockouts

Opinion: The Road to 2030: Keeping Reproductive Health Supplies in Myanmar’s Universal Health Coverage Scheme

7th January 2016

Preparations for universal health coverage are progressing steadily in Myanmar. Reproductive health supplies, including contraceptives, are already a priority for the government. In February 2015, the World Bank and the government of Myanmar entered into a historical agreement to prioritize maternal, newborn, and child healthcare with the Essential Health Services Access Project.

Categories: Universal Health Coverage, Opinion, Shaping Markets