Options works with governments, private sector and civil society organisations to create an enabling environment for improved commodity security.
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Lessons from Kenya on how a total market approach can create vibrant contraceptive commodity markets
Insights from our work in Kenya show that a total market approach makes contraceptive markets more effective and equitable.
We'll be joining health experts to discuss the future of reproductive health supply chains.
How to leverage innovation to increase access to self-managed medical abortion in restrictive settings
A growing body of evidence from across the globe affirms that lack of access to safe, timely, affordable and respectful abortion care is a critical public health problem and a human rights issue. Millions…
Options co-authors an article on improving SRH services for displaced populations, for the Global Health: Science and Practice journal
Over the past 20 years, Madagascar has made significant progress in increasing modern contraceptive use from 12.4% to 42%. However, misconceptions about family planning persist, with some…
Women’s Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) programme in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Zambia, Malawi, Madagascar, Uganda and Tanzania.
As the new Kenyan govt settles in, it must prioritise progress in sexual and reproductive health/family planning by maintaining or increasing funding.