On October 24, the USAID-funded Sustaining Health Outcomes through the Private Sector (SHOPS) Plus project will host a webinar to show how two interactive data visualization tools can help family planning program implementers understand where women obtain their contraceptives now and in the future. Through the use of Private Sector Counts, which shows the past and present situation across multiple countries, and the Family Planning Market Analyzer, which shows projections of what the future could look like for individual countries, implementers can improve contraceptive access, equity, and choice.
The webinar will feature a demonstration of both tools and will explore how the tools could be used together in a particular country context, such as Tanzania.

Register here. 

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