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Product Registration: Pro Tips for Program Managers
New contraceptive products have the potential to help women and girls plan the families and lives they desire. Among the 214 million women in developing countries with an unmet need for family planning, many cite method-related reasons for not using ... Read full article
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Contraceptive Technology Innovation: A Wise Investment
As long as some women and men find current family planning methods unacceptable, unaffordable, or inaccessible, there will be a need for contraceptive technology innovation. In the summer of 2018, Read full article
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Contraceptive Technology Innovation: It’s Everyone’s Business
Guest blog contributors are Julia Bunting, OBE, President of the Population Council, and Laneta Dorflinger, PhD, Director of Contraceptive Technology Innovation at FHI 360. Their two organizations are long-time leaders in the field, bringing ... Read full article
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Family Planning Global Handbook Updated
The 2018 edition of “Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers” is now available. The handbook provides up-to-date family planning guidance f... Read full article
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Building the Case for Contraceptive Technology Innovation
Guest contributor, Laneta Dorflinger, PhD,  Distinguished Scientist, is director of FHI 360's Contraceptive Technology Innovation Department.
Why do women who do not want to get pregnant choose not to use modern family planning me... Read full article
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Building the Case for Product Development Partnerships
A newly published white paper, “Investing for Global Health Impact in Product Development Partnerships (PDPs)” summarizes the findings and recommen... Read full article
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CTI Exchange Adds Two New Global Resources
The CTI Exchange has recently added two new resources to its extensive library on contraceptive research and development:  Read full article
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CDC Updates Contraceptive Use Recommendations
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced updates to two key guidance documents on contraceptive use.  These evidence-based guidelines are intended to assist health care providers in discussing contraceptive options wit... Read full article
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Open Data expedites translation of research results
No longer just a buzz word, “Open Data” is a strategy being adopted worldwide by governments, funders, and multi-lateral organizations to accelerate science, improve health, and catalyze development.  By definition, Open Data enables public and ... Read full article