Total Market Approach to Family Planning
Illustrate & Advocate
In Global Health, Markets Matter: Even the most effective health products can’t improve health or save lives if they don’t reach the people who need them. That’s why markets matter. This infographic, created by PATH, outlines all the players involved in creating a healthy market to make products available to individuals who can use them to live healthy, productive lives.
UNFPA and PSI have collected six Total Market Approach Case Studies describing the market for male condoms in six African countries (Botswana, Lesotho, Mali, South Africa, Swaziland, and Uganda) and the roles of the public, social marketing, and commercial sectors in those markets. The cases illustrate the universe of need for condoms, levels of use, socioeconomic equity among users, and the market presence of condoms for reproductive health and HIV prevention (dual protection). They also propose a set of recommendations for improving the effectiveness, efficiency, and sustainability of condom markets.
Private Sector Counts, developed by SHOPS, illuminates the role of the private health sector in family planning. Based on Demographic and Health Survey data from developing countries, this tool allows users to view modern contraception prevalence globally, regionally, and at the country level by method and source of supply (public or private) over time. With this tool, donors and implementers will have the data they need to design country programs using a total market approach to increase access to quality services and expand method choice.
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