Lessons on using a total market approach in Tanzania

Maureen Ogada-Ndekana
Chief of Party for Tanzania, SHOPS Plus

In Tanzania, SHOPS Plus is working to build an equitable and sustainable market for health products and services using a total market approach.

 

In collaboration with key government institutions and local partners, the project has led workshops and other activities to support the health markets in family planning. Maureen Ogada-Ndekana, chief of party for SHOPS Plus in Tanzania, has led this process from data analytics to implementation. Here she describes three lessons learned about applying a total market lens to ensure that all women have access to family planning services and commodities.

Listen to the webinar “Two tools for a total market approach in family planning” to learn more about the Tanzania experience.

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