Take Stock defines its new language and builds the evidence base on stockouts

30th October 2015

The measurement of stockouts is passing a historic milestone with the introduction of a new resource — the Coalition’s recent publication of “A Harmonized Suite of Indicators to Measure Stockouts and Availability of Contraceptives”. The culmination of a more than two-year collective effort by members of the Systems Strengthening Working Group, this guidance document defines indicators which will encourage measurement of stockouts using broadly comparable metrics, the backbone of the Take Stock campaign dedicated to make contraceptive stockouts a thing of the past.

Category: Systems Strengthening Working Group

Who's Holding Up our Pillars: Christian Connections for International Health

27th October 2015

When it was first formed in 1987, Christian Connections for International Health (CCIH) had a unique goal: that of advancing global health from a Christian perspective. Soon enough, their members realized that maternal and child health is closely dependent on women having access to family planning services and supplies.

Category: Who's Holding Our Pillars

Take Stock honours handed out in Oslo

9th October 2015

The Take Stock Campaign awarded two honours this morning at the RHSC’s 16th General Membership Meeting in Oslo.

Category: Sixteenth Meeting, Oslo 2015

Opinion: Ensuring access to reproductive health supplies in the context of universal health coverage

16th September 2015

Later this month at the meeting of the General Assembly in New York, the United Nations is hosting the Sustainable Development Summit 2015 to launch the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

Categories: Universal Health Coverage, Opinion

USAID shares rationale on bundling

11th September 2015

At the Coalition’s “Procurers’ and Manufacturers’ Summit” in New York on August 17th 2015, USAID shared its rationale on why and how the bundling of DMPA with syringes and safety boxes became the product of choice for its...


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