Guidance for Integrating the Provision of Injectable Contraceptives by Community Health Workers into Family Planning/Sexual and Reproductive Health Policy
This brief provides guidance about writing policy to enable the provision of injectable contraceptives by non-clinical community health workers (CHWs). The guidance is informed by the experience of African countries with policies that promote community-based access to injectable contraceptives (CBA2I), such as Ethiopia, Madagascar, Malawi, Senegal, and Uganda.
The Rotary Foundation implements long-term, sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene projects in the developing world in order to improve community health. Through the Rotary/USAID International H2O Collaboration alliance, significant progress will be made in achieving the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) targets in water supply and sanitation, and in improving hygiene, all within the context of sustainable use of our planet's increasingly scarce freshwater resources.