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DKT, EEP & HAPCO renew GERD-P partnership

Keeping workers safe at the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Project (GERD-P) site is not limited to hard-hats and well-maintained machines. It also requires providing workers the information and products they need to stay safe during non-work hours, including from HIV. DKT Ethiopia, Ethiopian Electric Power

Lemlem plus campaign ends successfully

DKT concluded a 27-month campaign to introduce diarrhea treatment kits (DTK) supported by the Micronutrient Initiative (MI) and Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) in December 2015. The campaign, which launched the LemLem Plus DTK combining oral rehydration salts (ORS) and zinc into a single package, resulted

Electronic sales recordkeeping set for 2016

Being seven (7) years behind isn’t always a bad thing, particularly when trying to keep pace with the speed of technological innovation. DKT Ethiopia, the largest supplier of reproductive health and family planning products to the private sector in Ethiopia, is finding this particularly true

DKT pilots clinic partnership in Addis Ababa

DKT commenced a pilot clinic partnership model with five (5) private clinics in Addis Ababa in April 2015. The pilot, which entails preferential pricing, technical assistance, and monitoring from DKT’s side and product exclusivity and adherence to rigorous FMoH quality standards on clinics’ side, has

New ad campaigns launched

In spite of several advantages over short-term methods like pills and injections, long-term methods, including intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUCD) and implants, continue to constitute just a fraction of contraceptive use in Ethiopia. 2011 Ethiopian Demographic and Health Survey (EDHS) shows that IUCD and implants make

Gates foundation-supported pilot concludes

DKT Ethiopia’s Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) -supported Rural Social Marketing (RSM) pilot concluded in February, with promising results. The pilot, a 15-month, $1.1 million grant, expanded on DKT’s mainstream RSM Project (“Lekie”), experimenting with three (3) implementation models for increasing FP demand and