Publication

Publication Type:
Presentation
Publication Year:
2015

Situational overview of Family Planning in Ethiopia in 2015. Prepared by USAID, PEPFAR, and Health Policy Project.

DKT Ethiopia Newsletter - July - September 2015
Publication Type:
Newsletter
Publication Year:
2015

- DKT Ethiopia: 3rd largest social marketing program in the world
- Electronic sales data recordkeeping (e-sales) - coming soon!
- Partner Clinics - a new way to facilitate IUCD and other reproductive health uptake
- "Safe Vacation! Safe Trip" - A new campaign for university students

Publication Type:
Newsletter
Publication Year:
2015

In this issue of Access to My Choice:
- Interview with Mr. Rory Harrington, DKT Ethiopia Country Director
- New Sensation Ambassadors announced
- BMGF RSM concludes
- New ad campaigns launched

Publication Type:
Other
Publication Year:
2013

How did Ethiopia go from a contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) or 2.9% in 1990 to 27.3% in 2011 ? This paper shows what can happen when government, donors, and civil society
work together to achieve a common goal.

Publication Type:
Other
Publication Year:
2013
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Other
Publication Year:
2012
Publication Type:
Other
Publication Year:
2011
Publication Type:
Working Paper
Publication Year:
2012

DKT Ethiopia's Product Catalogue contains detailed information on many DKT Ethiopia products, including effectiveness, proscribed uses and users, and side effects.

Publication Type:
Other
Publication Year:
2011
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Other
Publication Year:
2005
Publication Type:
Other
Publication Year:
2000
Publication Type:
Newsletter
Publication Year:
2014

 
In this issue of Access to My Choice

  • - Visit by DKT International President Mr. Chris Purdy
  • - Exciting introduction of braille-based condom use instructions
  • - Invisible and forum dramas through the BMGF-supported RSM pilot
Publication Type:
Research
Publication Year:
2008

The Wise-Up Program's (Wise-Up) baseline research collected demographic and condom use behavior on 867 sex workers and 891 clients in 10 Ethiopian cities. Includes consideration of condom use behavior with non-paying partners.

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