Previous page
PSM Area - Monitoring & Evaluation, Policy
Tool name Contraceptive Security Indicators 2012
Sub-categories Reproductive health
Commodities Reproductive health products
Latest update 2016-09-30 20:12:00
Version EXCEL
Developed by USAID | DELIVER PROJECT
When to use CS Indicators monitor the current CS status in countries, focusing on areas of financing and procurement, commodities offered, policies, coordination, and the supply chain. Data has been collected annually since 2009 from 35-47 countries. Selected indicators can be viewed on maps and dashboards make survey results easy to access. You can also download entire data sets, as well as summary findings. CS Indicator data can help program managers and policymakers advocate for contraceptive security. A presentation template enables stakeholders to easily create a customized presentation of CS indicator data for a specific country or region.
Languages English
Level of use Central, District, Regional
Form None
Amount of training / ta required No training, but should be used in conjunction with Measuring Contraceptive Security Indicators in 36 Countries:
Inputs & Outputs None
Cost Free
Advantages The systematic tracking of contraceptive security (CS) indicators can be an effective way for in-country stakeholders to regularly monitor their country's CS status to inform decisionmaking, advocacy, and program planning. It also provides an opportunity for stakeholders to look at trends across countries related to the five component areas measured: leadership and coordination, finance and procurement, commodities, policies, and supply chain. In 2015, the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT conducted it seventh annual data collection of CS Indicators from 49 countries. On this page you can find CS Indicator dashboards, papers, data and maps.
Limitations The information is contingent upon the knowledge of the respondents.
Availability Downloadable xls file only.
Download CS_Indicators_Data_2012.xlsx
Remarks None
Contact jsinfo@jsi.com
Submission date 2016-09-30
Comments
Country
Comment
Math Challenge
to avoid spam
Top