SAYANA PRESS CHALLENGE; BANGLADESH
PROVEN INTERVENTION TO BE DISTRIBUTED
Sayana Press injectable contraceptive.
Learn more about the Sayana® Press Challenge and why training health providers to administer Sayana® Press can be particularly valuable for women who prefer injectable contraceptives but don’t have regular access.
DISTRIBUTION MODEL INNOVATION
The Now Exchange (TNE) will provide women's health services (starting with free injectable contraceptive access) and strengthen health systems (training clinic staff) within garment factory clinics in Gazipur, Bangladesh. By doing so, TNE aims to use and improve pre-existing health clinics as a channel to reach garment workers - 80% of whom are women - with free services that override existing barriers to health access and choice. TNE will reinforce and share knowledge around various family planning options by a) training on-site health clinic workers and b) distributing information directly to factory workers to enhance their decision-making power.
PILOT AND SCALING GOALS
Give 1000 women access to Sayana Press in Y1
Scale to at least one more factory in Y2
Farah Momen - Co-Founder & CEO
Giulia Bova - Co-Founder & Chief of Health Access