This brief presents results of a retail audit, carried out in January 2016, that was commissioned as part of PATH’s work under the USAID-funded Evidence Project to conduct a landscape assessment of the feasibility of a Total Market Approach (TMA) in Uganda. This project also involved key informant interviews with stakeholders on their attitudes toward TMA principles and the collection of a Uganda Market Research Summary of existing family planning knowledge. The approach is based on an understanding that equitably meeting the diverse needs of different population segments requires increased coordination across sectors, including the public, private for-profit, and not-for-profit sectors. This is particularly important in the context of global commitments to increase access to family planning, including the FP2020 goal of reaching 120 million additional women by 2020.
Evidence Project. 2017. "Uganda retail audit: Analysis and report," Evidence Project Study Brief. Washington, DC: Population Council, The Evidence Project.
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