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Engaging the Total Market and Exploring Pathways for a New Injectable (DMPA-SC)

DMPA-SC (also known as Sayana Press) is a safe, effective, and easy-to-use “all-in-one” injectable poised to increase access to family planning and improve method mix for women around the world. HP+ is engaging with stakeholders in countries interested in introducing DMPA-SC to consider a total market approach (TMA) to improve coordination, implementation, and scale-up of the injectable. By asking stakeholders critical questions around context and roles, HP+ aims to create greater equity, increase health impact, and improve sustainability of family planning markets through investments made by all sectors. In addition, HP+ is exploring how DMPA-SC introduction can influence contraceptive use. The program is looking for partners to model the impact that introduction may have on a national family planning program. 

Appliquer une Approche de Marché Total au DMPA-SC
Appliquer une Approche de Marché Total au DMPA-SC

Health Policy Project. 2017. Appliquer une Approche de Marché Total au DMPA-SC. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
French PDF 1221.2 kbFebruary 2017

Applying a Total Market Approach to DMPA-SC
Applying a Total Market Approach to DMPA-SC

Health Policy Plus Project. 2017. Applying a Total Market Approach to DMPA-SC. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
English PDF 1243.9 kbFebruary 2017

Pathways of Change: How DMPA-SC Introduction may Impact a National Family Planning Program
Pathways of Change: How DMPA-SC Introduction may Impact a National Family Planning Program

Health Policy Plus Project. 2017. Pathways of Change: How DMPA-SC Introduction may Impact a National Family Planning Program. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
English PDF 943.4 kbFebruary 2017

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