Modeling the impact of COVID-19 mitigation on contraceptive needs
COVID-19 is changing how countries meet the contraceptive needs of women and girls. Each new day, we recognize afresh that the future we have been planning (and procuring) for differs from the world we see today.
We must rethink the way we link products and programs to ensure access to contraception in a feasible and sustainable manner. MICRO Modeling helps country partners and other health care planners do just that. It allows them to quantify the shifts in contraceptive supply needs that might occur from pursuing different strategies to mitigate service delivery disruptions. In an illustrative and hypothetical way, it helps answer many of the “what if?” questions decision makers are facing today.
The tool is pre-loaded with data from the 2019 Commodity Gap Analysis so that users can apply the analytics to each of the report’s 135 low-and-middle-income countries, including country groupings based on geography, income and organizational priority.
Get country-specific information by downloading our summary briefs. They come in two formats:
- one page briefs with key information
- two pages briefs that provide a more in-depth data analysis
As the situation changes on a daily basis, we are progressively updating the data.
Last update: 9 June 2020