Informed Push Distribution of Contraceptives in Senegal Reduces Stockouts and Improves Quality of Family Planning Services

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Authors: Daff BM, Seck C, Belkhayat H, and Sutton P

Description: Dedicated logisticians restocked contraceptives monthly at facilities to maintain defined minimum stock levels, freeing up clinic staff. High stockout rates were virtually eliminated. Also, quality and timely data on contraceptives distributed allowed for better program management.



Publisher: Global Health Science and Practice

Topics: health workforce & systems family planning

Countries: Senegal

Projects: Urban Reproductive Health Initiative in Senegal (ISSU)