Implant Introduction and Scale-Up: lessons learned, best practices, and opportunities to scale through private sector engagement (PSE)
Jhpiego and Impact for Health, as a component of the Expanding Family Planning Choices (EFPC) project, undertook rapid literature reviews and key informant interviews with experts in the contraceptive implant and family planning field, to better understand programmatic learnings, tips, best practices and challenges, including the potential for private sector engagement for implant introduction and scale-up. The results of this review led to the development of a series of products for continued learning and sharing.
Opportunities to scale-up through private sector delivery channels.
Review of implant introduction and scale-up through the public sector.
5 Steps to a Healthy Private Sector Market
Recognizing that achieving a healthy private sector can take several steps and routes, this summary provides one possible combination of steps to strengthen private sector engagement for a healthy private sector market for contraceptive implants.
Private Sector Engagement for Contraceptive Implant Service Delivery
Informed by a rapid literature review and key informant interviews with donors, implementing partners and former healthcare providers, this comprehensive deck shares an analysis of the barriers, opportunities and recommendations to expanding coverage of contraceptive implants through the private sector.
& Best Practices
A Decade of Learning in Contraceptive Implant Introduction and Scale-Up
Informed by a rapid literature review and key informant interviews with donors, implementing partners and healthcare providers, this learning synthesis aims to articulate the best practices and lessons learned in the ‘story’ of implant introduction and scale-up over the past decade.
Implant Model + Concept Note
This Implant Global Impact Model is a customizable tool to estimate the number of new users that could be reached through engagement with the private sector. For more information on the tool and how to use it, check out the accompanying concept note.