These tools, designed or supported by the Coalition, provide instant, online access to key resource information. 

  • Global FP VAN
    A shared platform to capture and use supply chain data from multiple sources to provide clearer visibility for short- and long-term decision-making.
    LAPTOP is your go-to course finder that offers you a world of training opportunities in supply chain management
  • Market Bookshelf
    Online collection of health market literature that provides immediate access to documents and related resources,
  • Procurement Planning and Monitoring Reports
    This database provides data on contraceptive and condom stock levels in more than 30 developing countries on a monthly and quarterly basis
  • Reproductive Health Supplies Visualizer (RH Viz)
    A series of public-facing dashboards designed to help the RH community see stories in our RH data like never before.
  • RHTargetMarket
    An interactive, web-based tool that supports manufacturers in their decision to expand investments in contraceptive markets in FP2020 and other countries.
    A Scenario Building Tool to Asses Contraceptive Risk and Mitigation Strategies
  • UNFPA Procurement Services
    Formerly known as AccessRH, UNFPA Procurement Services partners with governments and NGOs to improve access to quality assured supplies in a cost effective and reliable way.
  • Prequalification
    Get the latest WHO list of prequalified medicinal products and UNFPA lists of prequalified suppliers of IUD's and of male and female condoms.
  • EML Search
    Database of Family Planning and Maternal Health Commodities in National Essential Medicines Lists.
  • Advocacy Pack for Subcutaneous DMPA
    Consists of evidence-based materials for advocates to use both for their own strategy development and for direct advocacy with decision-makers.
  • Motion Tracker
    Tracks Uganda's progress towards achievement of its reproductive health supplies related commitments.
  • Reducing Stockouts Impact Calculator
    Calculator of potential benefits to be gained by reducing or eliminating stockouts of reproductive health supplies
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