What if women were the change agents of their own sexual and reproductive health? What if health systems supported them? 

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interventions in Nigeria and Uganda

Driven by deep consumer insights, DISC supports women to take more control over their sexual and reproductive health. By doing so, women become active participants in their health systems and critical new partners for health providers.

In Nigeria and Uganda, we work in close partnership with women and their providers, increasing informed demand as well as local innovation and capacity for self-care as a cornerstone of sexual and reproductive health care, starting with self-injectable contraceptives. Learn More.


It’s time to make self-injectable contraceptives a norm in Uganda

By Precious Mutoru, Advocacy and Partnerships Coordinator, PSI Uganda Earlier this

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Involving Women from the Very Start

Twenty-one-year-old Winifred Buhari loves chocolate and traveling and is about

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Expanding access and choice

As a woman, deciding whether to use contraceptives, and which

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COVID-19 poses a direct health threat to nearly everyone in

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Dive into these resources to learn more about self-care for sexual and reproductive health and rights

WHO self-care guidelines

Download Resource WHO self-care guidelines WHO consolidated guideline on self-care interventions for health: sexual and reproductive health and rights Resource Types:GUIDES AND TOOLKITS Languages:ENGLISH Population

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ExpandNet/WHO Scaling-up Tools and Resources

Visit Resource Library ExpandNet, in collaboration with WHO, has produced several guidance documents based on literature reviews and the extensive experience of its members. These

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Youth Power2 Resources

Visit Resource Library YouthPowerChanging the world by unlocking the power of young people Resource Types:GUIDES AND TOOLKITS Languages:ENGLISH Population Served:GENERAL POPULATION Practice Areas:SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE

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Interagency Gender Working Group Resources

Visit Resource Directory IGWG’s training materials can be used to introduce a broad range of audiences and backgrounds to important concepts related to gender and

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Advocacy Pack for Subcutaneous DMPA

Download Resource This pack contains the latest evidence and messaging on DMPA-SC and SI. The Advocacy Pack for Subcutaneous DMPA is designed to accelerate your advocacy

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