Contraceptive Security Workshop Agenda

Publication date: 2005

Contraceptive Security Workshop Agenda Hotel “National,” Kyiv, Ukraine February 10, 2005–February 12, 2005 Workshop Goals Generate a common understanding of contraceptive security. Understand how to use the Strategic Pathway to Reproductive Health Commodity Security (SPARHCS) tool in the strategic planning process. Identify contraceptive security issues in Ukraine. Identify next steps for contraceptive security planning and advocacy. Understand the components included in the Allocate Model and the opportunities for using the model as a planning tool for the National Reproductive Health Plan (NRHP). Day One: Thursday, February 10 Time Topic Presenter Tools/Person responsible 9:00–9:30 Welcome and introductions Introductory speaker TBD Speaker notes to be prepared by POLICY/Ukraine 9:30–10:15 Overview of demographic situation in Ukraine Overview of contraceptive methods (20 minutes) Andriy Zaglada 10:15–11:15 Overview of contraceptive security Interactive brainstorming period and definition Presentation of SPARHCS framework as a tool for achieving contraceptive security Introduction of components (demand, service delivery, logistics, private/public/NGO sector, finance, policy) Andriy/ Olena Suneeta Sarah Presentation (Suneeta) Presentation (Sarah) 2 handouts: (1) advocacy supplement overview, (2) SPARHCS paper 11:15–11:30 Coffee Break 11:30–12:30 Presentation of case studies and lessons learned internationally on planning and advocating for contraceptive security Presentation on Turkey, Romania, Philippines, Jordan, LAC region Question/answer period Suneeta/Anne Handouts on 5 CS approaches for each country/5 CS advocacy strategies Presentation (Suneeta and Anne) 12:30–1:30 Lunch 1:30– 2:15 SPARHCS Assessment in Ukraine: Brief overview of process and Ukrainian specific methodology Presentation of CS Issue #1: Demand Question/answer period Zhylka/Andriy Olena/Zhylka—1 slide on methodology (reviewed 50 docs, key informant interviews, etc.) Presentation (Carol) Briefing booklet Small group work on guidelines 2:15–3:15 Group Session #1: Identifying demand issues Work in groups to identify current and potential issues related to demand and then identify 3 priority issues Facilitators: POLICY 3:15–3:30 COFFEE BREAK 3:30–4:00 Participant presentations: Demand Participants will report back to the group on the results of their 3 priority issues (5 minutes) 4:00–4:30 Presentation of CS Issues #2: Service delivery and logistics (public/commercial/NGO sector) (include logistics/procurement as one or two slides) Question/answer period Zhylka Presentation (Sarah) 4:30–5:30 Group Session #2: Service delivery and logistics (public/commercial/NGO sector) Work in groups to identify current and potential CS issues related to service delivery and logistics (identify 3 priority issues in each topic area) Distribute fact sheet Facilitators POLICY 4 fact sheets: 1) private sector 2) logistics 3) procurement 4) market segmentation 5:30–6:30 Reception Day Two: Friday, February 11 Time Topic Presenter Tools/Person responsible 9:00–9:15 Recap of Day 1/Questions and Answers TBD (participant) 9:15–9:45 Participant presentations: Service delivery and logistics Participants will report back to the group on the results of the group discussion from Day 1 on service delivery and logistics (public/commercial/NGO sector) (5 minutes each) 9:45–10:30 Presentation of CS Issues #3: Finance and policy/leadership/collaboration Question/answer period Zhylka 10:30–11:45 Group Session #3: Finance and policy/leadership/ collaboration Work in groups to identify current and potential finance and policy issues (identify 3 priority issues in both topic areas) Distribute fact sheet Facilitators POLICY Presentation (Suneeta) Fact sheet 11:45–12:00 COFFEE BREAK (included in above) 12:00–12:45 Participant presentations: Finance and policy/leadership/ collaboration Participants will report back to the group on the results of the 3 priority issues related to policy/leadership/collaboration and 3 issues related to finance (5 minutes each) Facilitators: POLICY 12:45–1:45 LUNCH 1:45–2:45 Group exercise to select 6 priority issues Sarah 2:45–3:00 COFFEE BREAK 3:00–3:30 Prioritization results Results of voting and summary TBD 3:30–4:15 4:15–4:30 Next steps The development of a CS strategy in Ukraine: - Contraceptive Security Working Group (CSWG) CS ADVOCACY strategy? - Discussion of upcoming workshop and objectives Andriy/ Olena Talking points Talking points 4:30–5:00 Concluding session TBD Day Three: Saturday, February 12 Time Topic Presenter Tools/Person responsible 9:30–9:45 Recap of Day 2/Questions and Answers TBD 9:45–10:30 Using the Allocate Model as a tool for resource allocation for development of the NRHP Introduction to the model and its components Suneeta Presentation (Suneeta) 10:30–10:45 COFFEE BREAK 10.45–12:45 Presentation of Allocate Model components and discussion Emily Presentation (Emily) 12:45–1:15 Discussion and planning for application of Allocate Model (Emily will discuss data needs and Andriy will address the commitment to a future application) Emily and Andriy Presentation (Emily) 1:15–2:15 LUNCH 2:15–4:00 Track 1: Ongoing Ukrainian Reproductive Health Network advocacy efforts Track 2: Open house Participants from the Policy Development Group are invited to stay to discuss concepts covered in the workshop and/or explore the Allocate Model and its components Olena POLICY Washington & Andriy Olena

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