Developing Total Market Strategies for Family Planning in Nicaragua: Enhancing Public-Private Coordination for Equity and Sustainability

In 2009, PATH worked in Nicaragua to expand civil society engagement in the government-led contraceptive security group; secured a public commitment from the Ministry of Health in 2010 to increase coordination with all sectors; and assembled evidence to help promote changes and facilitate a collaborative planning process with the private sector to support family planning. This case study highlights lessons learned and recommendations for those considering similar initiatives in other settings.

Author

JK Drake

Contributor

PATH

Published
January 2013
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33

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