An Innovation Fund-supported project in China set out to partner with two hospitals to train their doctors in providing young people with Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs). But project leader MSI China, supported by a team of experts, surpassed the original plan and signed agreements with six pilot hospitals instead.
Sida’s Lead Policy Specialist for Health and SRHR, Pia Engstrand, speaks to the Coalition Secretariat about rights, supplies, and partnerships.
Julia White recently joined the Coalition as its new Market Development Technical Officer, joining from PSI, where she was working as a Technical Advisor on a multi-million dollar global women’s health project focusing on increasing access to long-term contraception, safe abortion services and post-abortion care in 15 countries.
Categories: Market Development Approaches Working Group
Peru’s Health Minister Patricia Garcia announced on Tuesday that emergency contraception (EC) will be offered free of charge at the country’s state hospitals within 30 days.
Co-Authored by Milka Dinev & David Fleming
As the Rio Olympics kick off this week, we’re acutely aware of the absence created by athletes who chose to stay home because of the Zika virus outbreak. The reason they opted out is...