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Messaging points on DMPA-SC

This DMPA-SC Advocacy Pack brief packages accurate, evidence-based messages about the features and benefits of DMPA-SC and how the product can increase women’s access to contraception.

Institutional author(s): PATH, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), inSupply Health, Jhpiego, JSI
Publication date: 2023

Recommended actions for advocates to advance DMPA-SC

This DMPA-SC Advocacy Pack brief provides examples of actions that may be useful for advocates seeking to increase access to DMPA-SC, including self-injection.

Institutional author(s): PATH, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), inSupply Health, Jhpiego, JSI
Publication date: 2023

DMPA and HIV: What advocates need to know

This DMPA-SC Advocacy Pack brief summarizes important takeaways for advocates based on World Health Organization guidance on hormonal contraception, including DMPA injectables, and HIV for women at high risk of HIV.

Institutional author(s): PATH, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), inSupply Health, Jhpiego, JSI
Publication date: 2023

Increasing access to DMPA-SC in Uganda: An advocacy case study

This DMPA-SC Advocacy Pack brief describes key evidence-building efforts, advocacy actions, and policy changes in Uganda brought about by key partners to increase access to injectable contraception, including DMPA-SC. You can draw on lessons learned from Uganda to inform your policy goals and advocacy strategy for increasing method choice and access with DMPA-SC and self-injection in your country.

Institutional author(s): PATH, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), inSupply Health, Jhpiego, JSI
Publication date: 2023

Advocacy strategy development template: Planning to achieve DMPA-SC policy change, including self-injection

This DMPA-SC Advocacy Pack template includes a framework that supports individuals and organizations to develop a high-impact, outcome-oriented policy advocacy strategy. The template is available as a Word file in order to be customized for your context.

Institutional author(s): PATH, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), inSupply Health, Jhpiego, JSI
Publication date: 2023

Important policies for advancing access to DMPA-SC, including self-injection

This DMPA-SC Advocacy Pack brief offers an overview of key policies that affect introduction and scale-up of injectable contraceptives, including DMPA-SC.

Institutional author(s): PATH, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), inSupply Health, Jhpiego, JSI
Publication date: 2023

State of Self-Care Report

Progress and Potential of Self-Care: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead

The momentum around self-care is building through an array of self-care practices, policies, and interventions worldwide. This report aims to take stock of the SRH self-care field and document its progress. It is intended to provide a resource for global and national advocacy, to inform implementation of self-care guidelines, and to link the reader to evidence and learning exchanges. It includes case examples describing the process of introducing and scaling up DMPA-SC self-injection in Malawi and Nigeria.

Institutional author(s): Self-Care Trailblazer Group
Publication date: June, 2023

Resources: A list of references about subcutaneous DMPA

This brief lists key references and resources from the evidence base on DMPA-SC. Pair this with the Evidence at-a-glance brief if your target decision-maker would like to have access to the data in that handout.

Institutional author(s): PATH
Publication date: October, 2019

Tips for engaging traditional and social media for advocacy on DMPA-SC

This DMPA-SC Advocacy Pack brief provides tips on when, why, and how to engage traditional and social media to advance your advocacy to increase access to DMPA-SC.

Institutional author(s): PATH, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), inSupply Health, Jhpiego, JSI
Publication date: October, 2019

Expanding Access to Injectable Contraceptives through Pharmacies Toolkit

This toolkit contains resources designed to help pharmacy associations become effective advocates and begin working to change policies in their countries. The toolkit can be adapted to advocate for any injectable contraceptive. The toolkit includes a Resource for Considering DMPA-SC.

Institutional author(s): SHOPS Plus, USAID
Publication date: May, 2019

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