Recent data shows that Ethiopia has achieved a 37% modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) among married women. Implant use jumped among all users and particularly unmarried women. This issue of Access looks at the status of Ethiopia's FP landscape, including in relation to the rest of Africa. Also, PPIUD testing at Paulos, digital sales...
Myths about family planning persist in Ethiopia despite years of effort. This issue of Access takes a look at common myths and the facts that correct them. Plus, progress on the HIV front.
A study from 52 health posts in four regions indicates that Level 4 Health Extension Workers (L4HEWs) are viable conduits for implant and IUD provision.
Updates on DKT's social marketing program in Ethiopia.
DKT's Partner Clinic network passes 80 clinics as the organization embarks on a new direction to deliver high-quality family planning and reproductive health services and technologies in Ethiopia.
Overall HIV-prevalence decreased to 0.9% in 2016, down from 1.5% in 2011.
Safe abortion. What is it and what does it mean in the context of Ethiopia?
New technologies that could be coming soon to Ethiopia. Plus, what might the next 10 - 12 years look like in Ethiopia's family planning and reproductive health landscape?
The 2016 Ethiopian Demographic and Health Survey (EDHS).
DKT is playing a role at the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Project (GERD-P) site and bringing in new funding, particularly to support the Partner Clinic network.
What is social marketing? How does DKT generate revenue? How has family planning changed? DKT Ethiopia's Program Overview & Strategic Plan offers insight in how the organization serves as a vital contributor to reproductive health in Ethiopia.
Partner Clinics are taking off with an ambitious membership target of 100 clinics in 2017. Also, PPIUD is coming soon and original research on the private sector market for condoms in Ethiopia.