A program to project family planning requirements in order for consumers and/or nations to reach their goals of contraceptive practice or desired fertility.
Take the Global Health eLearning course, Logistics for Health Commodities.
The Contraceptive Technology Innovation Exchange platform provides information about contraceptive research and development, quality assurance, and product registration. A contraceptive pipeline database, called Calliope, outlines contraceptive products that are currently in development.
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