Around the world, millions of women lack access to contraception and family planning. Getting family planning supplies, including contraceptives, into the hands of those who need them the most helps improve the health of women and families. World Contraception Day is an effort to bring global attention to the importance of ensuring women and couples have access to the products and services they need. A recently updated series of Impact Briefs, Saving and Improving Lives through Increased Access to Contraceptives, prepared for USAID by the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, examines health improvements related to supply chains for family planning programs in twenty countries in Africa and Asia.
Download the briefs at http://bit.ly/1KzDCEA
Anne Marie Hvid, PMP
Knowledge Management Advisor USAID | DELIVER PROJECT