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Contraceptive Security Definition and Background Conceptual Framework for Addressing Contraceptive Security Supporting the Field What Can You Do? What Is Contraceptive Security?

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contraceptive security
Contraceptive Security
  • Definition and Background
  • Conceptual Framework for

Addressing Contraceptive Security

  • Supporting the Field
  • What Can You Do?
what is contraceptive security
What Is Contraceptive Security?

Contraceptive Security exists when every person is able to choose, obtain and use quality contraceptives and condoms for family planning and HIV/AIDS prevention whenever he/she needs them.

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217 Million Additional Users

Growing Shortfall of Contraceptive Supplies

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The Donor Funding Gap

Source: Meeting the Challenge: Contraceptive Projections and the Donor Gap and and

Interim Working Group on Reproductive Health Commodity Security (IWG)

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Need is Growing in the Poorest Regions

Source: Meeting the Challenge: Contraceptive Projections and the Donor Gap and and Interim Working Group on Reproductive Health Commodity Security (IWG)

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Strategic Chain of Actions

National Capacities

Select

Private Sector

Use

Forecast

National

Policies

Finance

Procure

Regulation & QA

Distribute

Use

Information and Data

Donor Coordination

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Strategic Chain of Actions

Select

Use

Forecast

Finance

Procure

Distribute

Use

National Capacities

Private Sector

Supportive policy environment, e.g., tariffs,duties, import regulations

Availability of distribution and promotion channels

Sufficient market to attract commercial providers

Commercial providers must have a competitive advantage relative to other providers

National

Policies

Regulation & QA

Information and Data

Donor Coordination

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Strategic Chain of Actions

Select

Use

Forecast

Finance

Procure

Distribute

Use

National Capacities

Private Sector

National Policies

Regulation & QA

Information and Data

Donor Coordination

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Strategic Chain of Actions

Ineffective inventory control/distribution, logistics

Improper ordering

Inadequate Storage Capacity

Inadequate Staff Training

Inadequate LMIS

National Capacities

Private Sector

Select

Use

Forecast

National

Policies

Finance

Procure

Regulation & QA

Distribute

Information and Data

Use

Donor Coordination

different stages need different help
Different Stages Need Different Help
  • Graduated
    • self-reliant
  • Graduating
    • procurement TA, market segmentation
  • Donor Dependent
    • forecasting, distribution, logistics TA,
    • coordination among donors
ripple effects bangladesh how good news goes bad
Ripple Effects – BangladeshHow Good News Goes Bad

WB loan - contraceptive procurement

USAID plans reduced shipments

Reprograms funds for other critical TA support

WB Procurement delayed

Emergency shipments requested

USAID shifts funds – TA plans disrupted

Stock-outs and misdistribution

CLIENTS UNDERSERVED

building partnerships with key stakeholders
Building Partnerships With Key Stakeholders

Global Partnerships

Contraceptive Security Team

Alan Bornbusch

Joan Robertson

Tanvi Pandit

Shannon Rogers

Countries/ Missions

Cooperating Agencies

what are we striving for
What Are We Striving For?
  • Contraceptive security strategies in PHN Countries
  • Contraceptive security coordinating bodies in PHN countries
  • Countries working with WB credits maintaining client service, with contraceptive availability
  • More countries allocating their own budgets for contraceptive security
  • Better donor planning of resource allocation and shipment decisions
  • Better targeting of public subsidies & greater private sector provision of service including contraceptives
how will we measure impact
How Will We Measure Impact?
  • CS Strategies in PHN Countries
  • CS coordinating bodies in PHN Countries
  • Countries working with WB Credits maintaining client service
  • More countries allocating their own budgets for CS
  • Better donor planning of resource allocation and shipment decisions
  • Better targeting of public subsidies
work in progress
Work in Progress

FIELD INITIATIVES

  • LAC Feasibility Study
  • Country level contraceptive security plans and resource mobilization
  • Private sector contraceptive supply options in Latin America
  • Asia media advocacy workshop

GLOBAL INITIATIVES

  • Strategic Pathway to Reproductive Health Commodity Security (SPARHCS)
  • Determining impact of SWAPs and PRSPs on contraceptive security
  • Contraceptive security indicators
  • “Ready Lessons for Moving Towards Contraceptive Security”
what can you do
What Can You Do?
  • Country Coordination Committee
  • SPARHCS assessment and strategic planning
  • National Market Segmentation
  • Indicator-based determination of CS status
  • Launch of advocacy effort for national change
  • Seek the experience of the contraceptive security team and other colleagues working in this area