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MDAWG Chair co-chairing new subcommittee to increase private sector visibility at ICFP

17th February 2020

A formal subcommittee was formally approved in December 2019 as a response to the lack of visibility of the private sector at the International Conference of Family Planning (ICFP). The newly established group will be chaired by...

Categories: Market Development Approaches Working Group

Market Bookshelf Reaches New Milestones

31st July 2019

The Coalition partnered in 2017 with USAID and the William Davidson Institute to launch the Market Bookshelf website. Market Bookshelf is an easy-to-navigate online repository for health market knowledge. It is updated often with...

Categories: Market Development Approaches Working Group

New Pregnancy Test Resource Offers Procurers Guidance on Quality

22nd May 2017

A new resource offers procurement groups guidance on quality standards and performance specifications for pregnancy tests. The document, “Quality and Performance Guidance on Selection of Pregnancy Tests for Procurement,” was...

Categories: Market Development Approaches Working Group

Newly-joined Technical Officer brings out Total Market article

27th September 2016

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

Coordinated efforts produce new forecast methodologies

17th April 2016

Two new documents explain the forecast methodologies for implants and DMPA IM that have been developed by the Coalition’s Coordinated Supply Planning (CSP) group. There is a growing need within our field to better understand both...

Categories: Systems Strengthening Working Group, Market Development Approaches Working Group

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