Health products launched

SHOPS Plus worked with local partners to launch seven new health products onto the market. Six were launched in Afghanistan and one in Haiti. Four of these products were family planning products, including condoms, oral pills, and injectables, while the other three were maternal and newborn child health products, including ORS, iron folate, and a water treatment solution.

Afghanistan
SHOPS Plus recently supported the re-launching of contraceptive products by ASMO, the leading private sector provider of contraceptives in the country. More than 22 percent of women use modern contraceptives marketed by ASMO. The project is also working with a manufacturing company to introduce a home water treatment product onto the market. Learn more about the country program. 

Haiti
The project launched a family planning product onto the Haitian market. SHOPS Plus uses social and behavior change communication campaigns to increase overall demand for this product. Learn more about the country program.

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