Senegal has practically eliminated contraceptive shortages. Here’s how

A public-private partnership has made contraception accessible nationwide to help save women’s lives. Image: REUTERS/Jacquelyn Martin/Pool

Babacar Gueye
Chief of Party and Country Director, Senegal, IntraHealth International
Jeffrey L Jacobs
Director of Product Innovation & Market Access, MSD for Mothers
Annette Seck Ndiaye
Director, National Supply Pharmacy, Senegal
Perri Sutton
Program Officer for Family Planning, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
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