RH Commodity Supplies Financing Study Workstream A: « Mobilizing Additional Dollars « Workstream B: Financing Mechanism Analysis: « Better Money « . RHSC Meeting NY, April 27-28, 2006. Estimated Costs and Donor Support for Contraceptives and Condoms for STI/HIV Prevention.
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RH Commodity Supplies Financing StudyWorkstream A:« Mobilizing Additional Dollars « Workstream B:Financing Mechanism Analysis: « Better Money «
NY, April 27-28, 2006
Developed by DSW based on data from: Ross, John, John Stover and Demi Adelaja, Profiles for Family Planning and Reproductive Health Programmes 116 Countries (2005); UNFPA Achieving the ICPD Goals: Reproductive Health Commodity Requirements 2000-2015 (2006); and UNFPA, Global Estimates of Contraceptive Commodities and Condoms for STI/HIV Prevention 2000-2015 (2000).
Each with Specific Requirements & +/-
To be Mobilised Whenever Possible
+Sustainability / Visibility / Countries made responsible and made to contribute $
- Country appetite for joining?
►Link with Workstream B solutions ?
+ Generates more $ from end-users who can afford to pay for RH supplies
+ Strengthens awareness, advocacy and use of RH
-The “small end” of the $ generation scale
► Approach which could be combined with larger-scale $ generation effort
► Why not a RH Commodity Compartment ?
Subscale: 6-11% savings potential if aggregated
Suboptimal: 5% savings potential with long-term/volume commitment
Vendors not providing per- order volume based discounts
Vendors per order volume based discounts
Orders already at maximum discount volume level
Subscale volume orders
Total order amount
~ 40 %
Percent of total
Maximum potential impact from minimum volume guarantee
Target vendors for min volume guarantee