CHAI and partners achieved a price reduction agreement for contraceptive implants that increased total implant distribution by 56 percent from 2012 to 2013 and will result in procurement savings of more than US$300 million over six years. Learn more about this agreement to expand access to contraceptive implants and improve women’s choice and well-being in this case study.
Nearly 40,000 adolescents reached with sexual reproductive health education in Eastern and Southern provinces in Zambia
Maternal and neonatal mortality and stillbirths community surveillance: lessons from Uganda and Zambia
Smart investments in public health sector increase access to long-acting, reversible contraception for women and girls in Uganda and Zambia