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									Contraceptive Security Indicators
2010 Data Collection

Introduction and Purpose:

This activity highlights a comprehensive set of indicators that can be used to monitor contraceptive security (CS) for
programmatic and advocacy purposes. The CS Indicators were developed to reflect key aspects of contraceptive security to help
in-country stakeholders monitor and evaluate their country’s CS status. This dataset presents CS indicators for 35 countries and
builds upon the Strategic Pathway to Reproductive Health Commodity Security (SPARHCS) framework.

This data was collected in 2010 through the second annual round of data collection.

Worksheets:

This dataset presents data by country and also provides two sheets of data showing all surveyed countries together.

- The individual country worksheets may contain a small amount of additional information about the indicator responses in cells'
inserted comments.
- The first summary worksheet contains all countries' responses.
- The second summary worksheet provides the option to filter the data by various categories. (It contains all countries' responses
as well.)

We encourage readers with questions, corrections or more information on the countries concerned, or information on additional
countries, to contact the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT. We also invite suggestions for improving the indicators and methodology.

Click below to jump to the following data sheets:
Individual countries:
Afghanistan         Albania   Armenia        Azerbaijan     Bangladesh   Burkina Faso          Dominican Republic          El Salvador
  Ethiopia          Georgia    Ghana        Guatemala        Honduras        India      Kenya Liberia Madagascar Malawi            Mali
Mozambique          Nepal     Nicaragua       Nigeria         Pakistan     Paraguay      Philippines   Russia    Rwanda          Senegal
  Tanzania          Uganda     Ukraine        Yemen           Zambia      Zimbabwe

Consolidated (summary) sheets:
    All countries                 All countries, filtered & grouped
                                   This worksheet contains grouping so that a summary of key indicators can be displayed by clicking "1" in
                                   the upper lefthand corner. All indicators can be displayed by clicking "2".

Data Sources:

The indicators were designed with the intention that they could be routinely captured with accessible and relatively objective
information either through key informants or a literature review of existing local documents. Country respondents were mainly
USAID mission and USAID | DELIVER PROJECT staff. Indicator questions were constructed so that a range of respondents could
answer them easily with as little background research as possible. While efforts were made to verify the data provided, mainly
through crosschecking with country informants, the data are contingent upon the knowledge of the respondents. Data was
collected and crosschecked between February and July 2010.

Topics:

Indicator questions cover the following topics:

-- Finance & Procurement (Capital)—extent of funding for public sector contraceptives; funding sources; existence of a
government budget line-item for contraceptives, and information about the procurement mechanism.

- Commodities—range of contraceptive methods offered in public, private, and NGO facilities, respectively.

- Policies (Commitment)—existence of a national contraceptive security strategy; existence of policies limiting or expanding
access to family planning; inclusion of contraceptives on the National Essential Medicine List (NEML), and inclusion of
contraceptive security concepts in the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP).

- Coordination and Leadership—existence of a national committee that works on contraceptive security and types of organizations
represented therein; frequency of committee meetings; legal status of the committee, and existence of a contraceptive security
“champion”.

- Supply Chain (Capacity)—stockout information at the central level; and whether stockouts are a serious problem at the service
delivery point and central levels, respectively.
Additional Information:

For information on last year's findings, please refer to Measuring Contraceptive Security Indicators in 36 Countries, on the USAID |
DELIVER PROJECT website at http://deliver.jsi.com/dlvr_content/resources/allpubs/guidelines/CS_Indicators36.pdf.

Stay tuned for a paper summarizing this year's findings.

This spreadsheet can be cited as: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, Task Order 1. Contraceptive Security Indicators Data 2010.
Available at http://deliver.jsi.com/dlvr_content/resources/allpubs/factsheets/CS_Indicators_Data_2010.xls.
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee


  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)



    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement?

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name


  D1b. Years strategy covers


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs)
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?


  E2j. Time period of stockout information


  E2k. Data source for stockout information


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security


Region


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
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Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Afghanistan
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            No


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          N/A


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        N/A


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   N/A
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          N/A
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                N/A


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           N/A


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      N/A
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee


  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Afghanistan
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    N/A


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                N/A
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          N/A


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No Data
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No Data
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            No Data
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          No Data


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No Data
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                      Afghanistan
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                            No Data


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive        No Data
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                        No Data


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement      No Data
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including     No Data
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                      No Data


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in No Data
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                   No Data


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -         No Data
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Afghanistan
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? No Data

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      No Data


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               No Data


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         No


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Afghanistan
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         No
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities                                        N/A


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Afghanistan
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          No
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities                         N/A


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Afghanistan
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        No
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name


  D1b. Years strategy covers


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                 Injectables
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Afghanistan
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell   Community health workers are
     method 1                                                                                      authorized to administer injecta
                                                                                                   contraceptives.
     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell N/A
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Afghanistan
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Yes


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Afghanistan
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   No

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Afghanistan
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Warehouse reports from partne


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security


Region                                                                                     Europe and Asia


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Albania
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          National Reproductive Health C


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 NESMARK


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Albanian Association for Popula
                                                                                                   Development

  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          Yes
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee                                Bayer-Schering


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Directorates of Public health, H
                                                                                                   Pharmacies, Health Statistics,

  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Albania
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  There is no such organization in


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                3-5 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               IPH


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  LMIS Project coordinator


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          Expenses for Purchase of Con
                                                                                               Public Sector year 2009
                                                                                               UNFPA and IPH finance
    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Albania
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       UNFPA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    UNFPA and IPH finance


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Albania
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? Third-party agent (e.g., UNFPA
                                                                                             Agents)
(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 UNFPA


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Albania
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   No Data


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No Data


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            No Data
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Albania
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  No Data


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          No
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   No
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No Data


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered                                                not available in Albania


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered                                                   not available in Albania


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered                      Available in the pharmacies. Cu
                                                                                               is a stockout of Postinor -
                                                                                               EC is not available in public sec
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Albania
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered               not well accepted in Albania, pr
                                                                                                     existent

  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered                                                             only in one region (Diber), not c


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                 National Strategy of Contracept


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                         2003-2010


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                            Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                     Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                             1) For Public Sectors: VAT (20
                                                                                                     Condoms, syringes, IUD (Non D
                                                                                                     2) From March 2010 the Albani
     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or         Government has decided that e
                                                                                                     Public Sectors (VAT)
     fees?                                                                                           shipment must be accompanied
                                                                                                     export declaration from the cou
  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                      VAT: 20%


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description                                                                            IUDs are only provided by OB/G
                                                                                                     public sector.

D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               No
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Albania
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Albania
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   No



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       No


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Albania
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  No


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       Reviewed registered drug list an
                                                                                                contraceptives not on reimbursa
                                                                                                either. (Since the registered dru
E. Supply Chain (Capacity)                                                                      separated into categories, it is
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   a contraceptive listed here was
                                                                                                Yes
                                                                                                the list for a different purpose. In
(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)                there could be more contracept
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the    inadvertently overlooked.)
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             Yes


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
        Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                    Albania
          E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                           No


          E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                  January - December 2009


          E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                 Logistics Management Informat
                                                                                                    periodic physical inventory, war
                                                                                                    reports
        E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


          E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?    Yes


          E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                   Yes


        F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                                The government will start workin
                                                                                                    extension of the contraceptive s
                                                                                                    strategy beyond the year 2010.
        Region                                                                                      Europe and Asia


        Year of Survey Data Collection



        Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
        Commonly used acronyms include:
        - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHealth Interchange Ministry of Health, RHI -
e, LMIS CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - (http://rhi.rhsupplies.org) RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Armenia
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            No


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          N/A


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        N/A


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   N/A
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          N/A
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                N/A


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           N/A


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      N/A
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee


  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Armenia
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    N/A


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                N/A
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          N/A


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Armenia
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       UNFPA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    UNFPA


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations                                                 30 FP units have been supplied
                                                                                               contraceptives worth $12,628 U

B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
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B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? N/A

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      N/A


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No Data
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector No Data
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       Spermicides
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Armenia
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  No


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         No Data
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector No Data
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   No


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            No
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  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  No


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 No


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          No
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   No
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities                         N/A


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
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  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                 National Strategy, Program and
                                                                                                     Timeframe on Reproductive Hea
                                                                                                     Improvement
  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                         2007-2015


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                            Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                     Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                             All methods


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or         Commercial
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                      20% VAT


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description                                                                            There are advertising ban policie
                                                                                                     particular, contraceptive pills an
                                                                                                     spermicides are not among the
D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               counter" medicines and cannot
                                                                                                     Yes
contraceptive methods?                                                                               advertised. For the advertiseme
                                                                                                     contraceptives, Ministry of Hea
  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                is required. spermicides
                                                                                                     Pills, IUDs,
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     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell  Only OB/GYNs can prescribe a
     method 1                                                                                     all methods, including IUD inse
                                                                                                  doctors (FDs) provide FP couns
    D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell dispense all contraceptives, exc
                                                                                                  N/A
    method 1                                                                                      hormonal pills and IUD insertion
                                                                                                  only refer for FP counseling and
  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                             condoms.



     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
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D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     No
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   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  No


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)                                             No Data


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       IUDs, condoms, and spermicide
                                                                                                the list since they're not drugs.
                                                                                                not registered or popular. The li
E. Supply Chain (Capacity)                                                                      online on the MOH website.
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   No

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     N/A


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     No
   months?
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  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                UNFPA and Institute of Perinato
                                                                                           Obstetrics, and Gynecology

E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security


Region                                                                                     Europe and Asia


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Azerbaijan
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            No


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          N/A


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        N/A


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   N/A
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          N/A
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                N/A


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           N/A


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      N/A
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee


  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Azerbaijan
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    N/A


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                N/A
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          N/A


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No Data


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
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    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      No
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       N/A


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -          N/A
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Azerbaijan
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? N/A

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      N/A


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  No


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 No


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No Data
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector No Data
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Azerbaijan
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         No


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   No


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  No


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          No


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         No


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         No
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector No
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   No


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            No
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  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  No


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 No


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          No
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   No
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered                                     Just a limited amount of COCs
                                                                                               available due to the UNFPA don
                                                                                               Otherwise providers write a pres
  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered                               clients go is available in priva
                                                                                               Very rarely
                                                                                               to pharmacies to buy the metho
                                                                                               pharmacies
                                                                                               small amount of free UNFPA co
  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered                                              are available just in a few clinics



  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered                                      Just a limited amount of COCs
                                                                                               available due to the UNFPA don
                                                                                               Otherwise providers write a pres
  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered                                                     clients go
                                                                                               to pharmacies to buy the metho
                                                                                               small amount of free UNFPA co
  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered                                                   are available just in a few clinics



  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Azerbaijan
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered Tubal ligation is sometimes per
                                                                                              surgeries for other medical reas

  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  Reproductive Health Strategy


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          2008-2013


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      No


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                              All


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or          Import taxes for commercial se
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                 IUD, pills
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     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell  Since September 2009, health
     method 1                                                                                     (including primary level provider
                                                                                                  received training on FP standar
    D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell are also allowed to prescribe ho
                                                                                                  Only pharmacies sell contracep
    method 1                                                                                      contraceptives. (*This mainly re
                                                                                                  gynecologist MDs. If there is no
  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                             primary level facility though, tra
                                                                                                  can also prescribe.)

     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
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D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 N/A


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     Yes


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        No


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       No


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
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   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   N/A

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            N/A


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     N/A


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             N/A


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            N/A


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Azerbaijan
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Personal communication with th
                                                                                           warehouse staff. There were no
                                                                                           contraceptives in the public sec
E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?                  warehouse in 2009.


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               CS is a serious issue in Azerba
                                                                                           Available only in private pharma
                                                                                           contraceptives are quite expens
Region                                                                                     contraceptives are not available
                                                                                           Europe and Asia
                                                                                           private setings (e.g., progestin-
                                                                                           injectables). Inclusion of contra
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                             the Essential Drug List does no
                                                                                           are going to be subsidized by th
                                                                                           government and provided free of
                                                                                           other words they will not neces
Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
                                                                                           offered in public health facilities
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Bangladesh
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Logistics Coordination Forum (L


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 Social Marketing Company (SM


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Family Planning Association of


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID, World Bank, CIDA, KfW
                                                                                                   JICA, EU

  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Directorate General Family Plan
                                                                                                   (DGFP)

  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Bangladesh
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Central warehouse of DGFP


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                3-5 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               USAID


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          2008-2009


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          DGFP


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Yes
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Bangladesh
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             World Bank credit


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         2008-2009


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                         DGFP


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       CIDA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    2008-2009


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    UNFPA


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations                                                 CIDA-donated implant


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Bangladesh
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 DGFP


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               No


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        DGFP, under MOHFW, procure
                                                                                                                  commodities, using WB credit
                                                                                                                  through open bidding following G
C. Commodities                                                                                                    procurement guidelines.
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No Data


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         No Data


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Bangladesh
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   No


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Bangladesh
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Bangladesh
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                 Health and Nutrition Sector Pla


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                         2006-2011


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                            Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                     No


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                             All commodities imported direc
                                                                                                     sector, including social marketi

     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or         Private sector (including social
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                      2.25% VAT, payable in advance


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description                                                                            Private sector organizations cur
                                                                                                     allowed to import IUDs.

D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                Injectables
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Bangladesh
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     Community workers can't give f
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Data not available
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           Yes
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women                  Unmarried women can't receive
                                                                                                     injectables, implants, or tubal li

     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?                  Yes


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  Yes


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access                                           Low parity women and men can
                                                                                                     IUDs, tubal ligation, or vasectom
                                                                                                     parous women cant receive inje
     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?                                implants.
                                                                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Bangladesh
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Yes


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        No


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       No


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Bangladesh
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)                                             No Data


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     Yes


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       Yes


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             Yes


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     Yes
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Bangladesh
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 various times throughout the ye


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Logistics Management Informat
                                                                                           (LMIS)

E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               There is still a significant bottle
                                                                                           procurement end of the supply

Region                                                                                     Europe and Asia


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Burkina Faso
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Contraceptives Security Strateg
                                                                                                   Implementation follow up Comm
                                                                                                   de suivi du Plan de Stratégique
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?                                  Sécurisation des Produits Cont


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 PROMACO


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           ABBEF (IPPF Affiliate)


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          Yes
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee                                Pharmacist Association


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         UNFPA


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Reproductive Health Directorate
                                                                                                   and Lab. Directorate, General D
                                                                                                   Health, Study and Planning Dir
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Burkina Faso
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  CAMEG


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                1-2 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               Family Heath Directorate (FHD)


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  FHD's Director


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          CPTs, FHD, CAMEG


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds                                       Cost recovery funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Yes
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Burkina Faso
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             Basket funds and World Bank p


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                         CAMEG


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds                                      Ordered by CAMEG with Gover
                                                                                               (Basket Fund) and World Bank

   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       UNFPA, USAID


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    CPTs


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations                                                 Quantity ordered and received i
                                                                                               2009 from UNFPA and USAID

B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Burkina Faso
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 CAMEG


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               Yes


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        In 2009, there was a shortage o
                                                                                                                  at the central level; then the Fa
                                                                                                                  Directorate (FHD) requested to
C. Commodities                                                                                                    use part of the funds generated
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 contraceptive distribution to pro
                                                                                                                  cycles of combined oral pills. T
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in   uses part of the contraceptive-g
stock.)                                                                                                           funds to support the CPTs (con
                                                                                                                  procurement tables) exercise w
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         No


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector No
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Burkina Faso
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       Yes


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
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  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Burkina Faso
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  Plan Strategique de Securisatio
                                                                                                      Produits contraceptifs (PSSCS

  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          2006-2015


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                 Implants
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                            Burkina Faso
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell    Nurses, Midwives and Doctors
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell No data
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                               IUDs


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell    Nurses, Midwives and Doctors
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell No data
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3                                                               Long-acting permanent method


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell    Only the Medical Doctors can p
     method 3                                                                                       service

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell No data
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried          No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?               No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
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D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    Yes


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 Yes


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      Yes


     D6ci. Description of exemptions                                                       The service provider appreciates
                                                                                           of unaffordability of the client. T
                                                                                           official law for exemptions for cl
D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                       cannot afford to pay.


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Burkina Faso
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            Yes


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       Yes


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             Yes


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     No
   months?
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  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 December 2009 - January 2010


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Central Warehouse report, Proc
                                                                                           Planning and Monitoring Report

E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               With the Marie Stopes strategy
                                                                                           long-lasting methods (IUD, impl
                                                                                           consumption of these two meth
Region                                                                                     increasing and the level of stock
                                                                                           Africa
                                                                                           central level is not sufficient to s
                                                                                           strategy. The contraceptives ord
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                             Government through CAMEG fo
                                                                                           (implant, pills) were delayed du
                                                                                           procurement procedures bottlen

Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Dominican Republic
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Comite para la Disponibilidad A
                                                                                                   Insumos y Planificacion Familia
                                                                                                   (Contraceptive Security Commi
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 PROFAMILIA, ADOPLAFAM, M


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           PROFAMILIA, ADOPLAFAM, M
                                                                                                   more institutions

  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA, OPS/OMS


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Reproductive health, logistics, H
                                                                                                   pharmacy units.

  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Dominican Republic
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Central Warehouse MOH


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                6 or more times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               Reproductive Health departmen


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Subdirector


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          Contraceptive procurement tabl


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
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    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    Contraceptive Procurement tabl


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Dominican Republic
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 Direccion Materno Infantil y Ado
                                                                                             PF program

     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               No


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          Yes


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       Vaginal spermicides
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Dominican Republic
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Dominican Republic
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities                         Vaginal spermicides


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Dominican Republic
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        No
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name


  D1b. Years strategy covers


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                              All


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or          Commercial methods, NGO
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                       16% VAT


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                No
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Dominican Republic
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Dominican Republic
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                                     N/A
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   N/A



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     N/A


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        N/A


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           N/A


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Dominican Republic
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        Yes


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 Cycle beads and vaginal sperm


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            Yes


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     Yes


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       No


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            Yes


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Dominican Republic
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 July 2009 - September 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Logistics Management Informat
                                                                                           Monitoring Report

E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security


Region                                                                                     LAC


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           El Salvador
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Contraceptive Security Commit


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 Asociación Demográfica Salvad


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Asociación Demográfica Salvad


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Women's Health Unit, Planning
                                                                                                   Financial Unit

  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       El Salvador
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                6 or more times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               MOH


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Family Planning Coordinator


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          Women's Health Unit, and Fina


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       El Salvador
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    USAID files


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          El Salvador
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? Third-party agent (e.g., UNFPA
                                                                                             Agents)
(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 UNFPA


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  No Data


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No Data


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         No Data


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No Data


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         No Data


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No Data
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No Data


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          El Salvador
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   No


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       El Salvador
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              El Salvador
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  Contraceptive Security Strategi


  D1b. Years strategy covers


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                              All methods


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or          Private and NGO sectors
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                       Don't know


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                 Injectables
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                            El Salvador
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell    Only trained staff, including pro
     method 1                                                                                       rural and peri-urban areas

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only pharmacists
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                               IUDS


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell    Only trained staff, including nur
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only physicians and trained clin
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3                                                               Implants


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell    Only trained staff
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only physicians and trained clin
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried          No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?               No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                 No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   El Salvador
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                                     N/A
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   N/A



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     N/A


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        N/A


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           N/A


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        No


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        El Salvador
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   No

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       No


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   El Salvador
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 No data


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                LMIS


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               Funding for 2010 ($675,674) wil
                                                                                           of total needs. The MOH needs
                                                                                           more resources to cover 100%.
Region                                                                                     LAC


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Ethiopia
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Family Planning and Logistics T
                                                                                                   Working Group

A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 DKT Ethiopia


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           CARE, EngenderHealth, Family
                                                                                                   Association of Ethiopia (FGAE)
                                                                                                   Health International (FHI), Integ
  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          Health Program (IFHP), IPAS, M
                                                                                                   No
  manufacturers)                                                                                   International

    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         UNFPA, USAID, Packard


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Health Promotion & Disease Pr
                                                                                                   directorate

  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Ethiopia
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  (expecting Pharmaceutical Fun
                                                                                               Agency [PFSA] in the future)

  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    Yes


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee                             Population Department of Minis
                                                                                               Finance and Economic Develop
                                                                                               (MOFED)
A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                6 or more times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               FMOH Health Promotion and D
                                                                                               Prevention (HPDP) Directorate,
                                                                                               IFHP, EngenderHealth, FGAE
  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          7/08-6/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          Ministry financial transaction re


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds                                       Includes regional funds (SNNP


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Yes
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                      Ethiopia
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                            PBS II (Protecting Basic Servic


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                        7/08-6/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                        Ministry financial transaction re


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement       $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including     Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                        USAID and UNFPA/Global Prog
                                                                                                also donated in-kind to the pub
                                                                                                Regional Health Bureaus (RHB
    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in exact amount is not known.)
                                                                                                $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                   7/08-6/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                   Donor records


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations                                                $6 million's worth from USAID a
                                                                                              $3.5 million's worth from UNFP
                                                                                              Program
B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Ethiopia
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? Third-party agent (e.g., UNFPA
                                                                                             Agents)
(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 UNFPA (but PFSA - a parastat
                                                                                             to procure in the future)

     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        UNFPA was delegated on the M
                                                                                                                  behalf for the procurement of co
                                                                                                                  funded by PBS I and PBS II. Ho
C. Commodities                                                                                                    experience from PBS I procurem
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 indicates that the procurement
                                                                                                                  extremely lengthy. PFSA is a n
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in   established government procure
stock.)                                                                                                           and is expected to take on proc
                                                                                                                  responsibilities in the future. DE
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes
                                                                                                                  continues to support the facilita
                                                                                                                  contraceptive procurement by s
                                                                                                                  information with the FMOH thro
   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes
                                                                                                                  FPTWG.

                                                                                                                  Regarding financing, even thoug
   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes
                                                                                                                  amounts are not significant, the
                                                                                                                  Government and some of the R
                                                                                                                  Government’s continue to finan
   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes
                                                                                                                  contraceptive procurement from
                                                                                                                  generated (budget) funds. The e
                                                                                                                  basket funds and the possibility
   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         funding as well as an overall inc
                                                                                                                  Yes
                                                                                                                  donor support for FP have put th
                                                                                                                  a better position when compare
   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        years.
                                                                                                                  Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No Data


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No Data
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector No Data
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Ethiopia
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities                                        N/A


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Ethiopia
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No Data


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities                         N/A


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered                                                Available in private sector throu
                                                                                               public/private partnerships (prov
                                                                                               acting methods in 70 higher clin
  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered                                      major regions in private facilities
                                                                                               (who started distributing Sinoim
                                                                                               Available in NGO facilities throu
  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered                                                     Stopes and FGAE.



  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                               Ethiopia
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered        Available in most public central
                                                                                              referral hospitals in cities. Avail
                                                                                              facilities through Marie Stopes
  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered Available in public referral hosp
                                                                                              Available in NGO facilities throu
                                                                                              Stopes and FGAE.
  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is         Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                   National Reproductive Health S


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                           2006-2015


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                              Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                       Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?                No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                            In late 2008 the government ann
                                                                                                           there would not be any taxes/du
                                                                                                           contraceptives in any sector.
D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                 Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                  One-rod implants
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                            Ethiopia
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell  Task-shifting policy positively a
     method 1                                                                                     family planning program. Midwiv
                                                                                                  health officers, and doctors can
    D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell kind of implant (1 or 2 rods). Tra
                                                                                                  N/A
    method 1                                                                                      extension workers (HEWs) can
                                                                                                  implants (i.e., Implanon). (They
  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                             provide injectables, pills, and co
                                                                                                  IUDs


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell    Trained midwives, nurses, healt
     method 2                                                                                       and doctors can provide.

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell N/A
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3                                                               Permanent methods


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell    Only doctors can provide surgic
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell N/A
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried          No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?               No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                 No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Ethiopia
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions                                                       There are no charges now, but
                                                                                           the health care financing (HCF)
                                                                                           implemented for hospitals to ch
D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                       to promote clients to access co
                                                                                           from health centers instead of fr
                                                                                           hospitals). There will be a fee w
  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                                     those who cannot afford to pay.
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     Yes


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Yes


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Ethiopia
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        Yes


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 Diaphragms with spermicide


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       Emergency contraceptives are
                                                                                                the list is under revision since 2
                                                                                                comments have been made to i
E. Supply Chain (Capacity)                                                                      emergency contraceptives.
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      Yes


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       No


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             Yes


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     Yes
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                    Ethiopia
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                           N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                  January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                 Procurement Planning and Mon
                                                                                            (PPMR), which for Ethiopia incl
                                                                                            regional, and IFHP data.
E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?    No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                   No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                             Contraceptive availability improv
                                                                                         to previous years. Stockouts at
                                                                                         delivery points are below 10% fo
Region                                                                                   contraceptives (injectables, com
                                                                                         Africa
                                                                                         Regarding condoms, stockout a
                                                                                         delivery points was a little bit hi
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                           because condoms were procure
                                                                                         PEPFAR HIV/AIDS funds and d
                                                                                         distributed to ART sites. But ve
                                                                                         UNFPA procured 7.5 million co
Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
                                                                                         we're hoping stockouts will dec
Commonly used acronyms include:
                                                                                         quarter (Jan-March 2010). The M
                                                                                         plan for Implanon significantly in
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
                                                                                         financial demand for contracept
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Georgia
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Natonal Reproductive Health Co


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        No


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           JSI


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Policy Unit, Quality Control and
                                                                                                   Advisor to the Minister in Repro
                                                                                                   Health
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Georgia
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                6 or more times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Georgia
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding                                               The Government of Georgia has
  funds.)                                                                                      funds on contraceptives.

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID & UNFPA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    Reproductive Health Supplies C
                                                                                               website at http://rhi.rhsupplies.o

    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Georgia
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? N/A

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      N/A


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  No


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 No


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Georgia
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  No


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         No
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   No


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Georgia
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  No


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 No


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          No
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   No
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities                         N/A


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                 Georgia
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is           Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                     National Reproductive Health S


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                             2005-2015


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                                Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                         Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?                  Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                                 Oral Pill, Injectables, IUD, Cond


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or             Commercial Sector
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                            1) If the commodity is humanita
                                                                                                           subject to any taxation and doc
                                                                                                           fee should not exceed 100GEL
D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) 2) If the commodity is commerc
                                                                                                           Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans) to be sold) it is subject to taxat
                                                                                                           fees are:
   D3a. Policy description                                                                                 Registration in Drug Agency 50
                                                                                                           See previous information about
                                                                                                         fees
                                                                                                         Custom Tax 18% from the total
                                                                                                         including transportation)
D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                   Yes
                                                                                                         Fee 60 EU
contraceptive methods?
                                                                                                         After sales revenue tax 10%
  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                    IUDs
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Georgia
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     Only OB/GYN and Reproductol
     method 1                                                                                        dispense

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only OB/GYN and Reproductol
     method 1                                                                                      dispense

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Georgia
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   No



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              No


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        No


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       No


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Georgia
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  No


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)                                             N/A


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       No legally approved essential d
                                                                                                at the national level, however m
                                                                                                companies have their own lists.
E. Supply Chain (Capacity)                                                                      list of generics prepared as the
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   essential drug list (draft, which
                                                                                                No
                                                                                                200 drugs), nor any of the esse
(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)                lists elaborated by the insuranc
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the    contain any kind of contraceptiv
following contraceptives?                                                                       years ago, under one of the Wo
                                                                                                funded programs, the essential
                                                                                                drafted but was never approved
   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No
                                                                                                or Parliament.)


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     N/A


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Georgia
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 September 2008 - September 2


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Healthy Women in Georgia Pro
                                                                                           Logistics Management Informat
                                                                                           (LMIS)
E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security


Region                                                                                     Europe and Asia


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Ghana
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Inter-Coordinating Committee fo
                                                                                                   Contraceptive Security (ICC/CS

A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 EXP Social Marketing (SM), Gh
                                                                                                   Marketing Foundation (GSMF)

  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Planned Parenthood Associatio
                                                                                                   (PPAG), MSIGh

  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          Yes
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee                                Ghana Registered Midwives As
                                                                                                   Society of Private Medical and
                                                                                                   Practitioners, Pharmaceutical S
  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Ghana
                                                                                                   Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID, UNFPA, Royal Netherla
                                                                                                   Embassy (RNE), DANIDA, UNA
                                                                                                   JICA
  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    WHO, UNAIDS,UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Ghana Health Service (Stores,
                                                                                                   drug management, family health
                                                                                                   public health directorate, policy
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         monitoring and evaluation, regio
                                                                                                   Yes
                                                                                                   stores, finance), MOH (procure
                                                                                                   supplies, CMS, Food and drugs
                                                                                                   pharmacy
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Ghana
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Central Medical Store


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    Yes


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee                             Ministry of Finance and Econom
                                                                                               Health desk officer

A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                1-2 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               USAID, UNFPA, Family Health
                                                                                               USAID | DELIVER PROJECT

  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  FP advisors, Director of the FHD
                                                                                               COP

B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          ICC/CS minutes, Financial sust
                                                                                               report and PPAG "time to take
                                                                                               sheet
    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Yes
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Ghana
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             DANIDA


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                         Ministry of Health


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID and UNFPA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    RHI and USAID "My Commodit


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Ghana
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 MOH Procurement Unit, Stores
                                                                                             and Drug Management Director
                                                                                             (GHS is under MOH.) (MOH co
     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                          Crown agents for support.)
                                                                                             No


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        So far three condom tenders ha
                                                                                                                  made - the 1st one has been co
                                                                                                                  2nd one has seen the award do
C. Commodities                                                                                                    supplies have not arrived, and th
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 has the tender results under ev

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Ghana
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       Yes


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Ghana
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Ghana
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  Ghana National Contraceptive S
                                                                                                      Strategy 2004 - 2010

  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          2004-2010


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                 Injectables
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Ghana
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell   Community-based distributors (
     method 1                                                                                      cannot provide. Nurses and com
                                                                                                   health officers can provide.
     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Same as in the public sector.
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                                Implants and IUDs


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     Doctors and midwives can prov
     method 2

   D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Chemical sellers are restricted;
   method 2                                                                                      only provide condoms and oral
                                                                                                 contraceptives.
  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Ghana
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    Yes


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 Yes


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      Yes


     D6ci. Description of exemptions                                                       indigent populations (very poor
                                                                                           determined by the dept of socia

D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Ghana
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       The list is derived from the Stan
                                                                                                Treatment Guidelines. The list i
                                                                                                every two years.
E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      Yes


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     Yes


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       Yes


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             Yes


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     Yes
   months?
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  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                PPMR, CMS stock reports (mic
                                                                                           norigynon and postinor were ou
                                                                                           various times)
E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               A stockout anywhere of any du
                                                                                           serious issue insofar as someo
                                                                                           prevented from exercising a cho
Region                                                                                     impacts on socioeconomic dev
                                                                                           Africa
                                                                                           wellbeing.

Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Guatemala
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Comision Nacional para el Aseg
                                                                                                   de Anticonceptivos (CNAA) (Na
                                                                                                   Contraceptive Security Commit
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 PASMO


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           APROFAM


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                No


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           No


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       National Reproductive Health P
                                                                                                   logistics management unit

  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Guatemala
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Logistics unit in charge of centr
                                                                                               is a key member

  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    Yes


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee                             Ministry of Finance


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                3-5 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               National Reproductive Health P


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Coordinator of the National Rep
                                                                                               Health Program

B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          Report from the National Comm
                                                                                               Contraceptive Secuirity

    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Guatemala
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      No
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       N/A


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Guatemala
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? Third-party agent (e.g., UNFPA
                                                                                             Agents)
(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 UNFPA


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        By law, 15% of all taxes on alc
                                                                                                                  beverages sold in the country s
                                                                                                                  finance reproductive health inter
C. Commodities                                                                                                    is not clear how much is contrib
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 financing contraceptives.

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          Yes


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       Foam, Jelly, vaginal tablets
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Guatemala
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   No


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Guatemala
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities
                                                                                               Patch, Silastic Rings, Low-dose
                                                                                               (Marvelon)
C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Guatemala
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                 Law of Universal Access to Fam


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                         Many


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                            Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                     Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                             Condoms, IUDs, Orals, Injectab


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or         All sectors
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                            5% duty fees and 12% taxes.
                                                                                                           commodities are exempt throug
                                                                                                           procurement agreement with UN
D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               No
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Guatemala
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Guatemala
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                                     N/A
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   N/A



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     N/A


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        N/A


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           N/A


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              N/A


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        N/A


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       N/A


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         N/A


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Guatemala
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  N/A


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                N/A


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  N/A


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        N/A


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)                                             N/A


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       No NEML at the national level.


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            Yes


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     Yes


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       No


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Guatemala
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 October 2009 - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Logistics Management Informat


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               Guatemala has a strong legal fr
                                                                                           supports the National Commiss
                                                                                           Contraceptive Security. Noneth
Region                                                                                     securing funding for payment al
                                                                                           LAC
                                                                                           at the last minute. Funding mu
                                                                                           available in a more expedituous
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                             avoid delays in the procuremen




Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Honduras
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Comite Interinstitucional para la
                                                                                                   Disponibilidad Asegurada de In
                                                                                                   Anticonceptivos (CIDAIA) (Inter
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?                                  Committee for Contraceptive Se


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 PASMO


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           ASHONPLAFA


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          Yes
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee                                Pfizer, Vijosa, ARSAL


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    PAHO, UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Vice-Minister of Health Services
                                                                                                   Logistics Unit, Women's Health
                                                                                                   Essential Drugs Unit
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Honduras
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Central warehouse manager


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                No Data
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No Data


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               Ministry of Health


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Advisor to the Vice-Minister


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          8/09-7/10


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          CPT, Ministry of Health's report


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds                                  The government did not provide
                                                                                          due to the political situation. In
                                                                                          year they made 1.2 million USD
  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Honduras
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         8/09-7/10


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       UNFPA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    8/09-7/10


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    UNFPA


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations                                                 Donation


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the        During the most recent fiscal ye
  public sector                                                                                GOHO did not allocate funds fo
                                                                                               contraceptive procurement
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Honduras
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? Third-party agent (e.g., UNFPA
                                                                                             Agents)
(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 UNFPA


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        During the most recent fiscal ye
                                                                                                                  government did not allocate any
                                                                                                                  contraceptive procurement, due
C. Commodities                                                                                                    economic crisis. This year, the
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 requested around $800,000, wh
                                                                                                                  cover total needs (estimated at
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in   2011).
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  No


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         No


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       Patch
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Honduras
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   No


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Honduras
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Honduras
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  Estrategia CIDAIA


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          4 years


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      No


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                 Emergency Contraception
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Honduras
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell  In April 2009, the Parliament of
     method 1                                                                                     approved a bill prohibiting the pr
                                                                                                  commercialization, free distribu
    D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell of EC pills. The bill also prohibi
                                                                                                  In April 2009, the Parliament of
    method 1                                                                                      dissemination of information ab
                                                                                                  approved a bill prohibiting the pr
                                                                                                  contraceptive pills like EC.
                                                                                                  commercialization, free distribu
  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                             of EC pills. The bill also prohibi
                                                                                                  dissemination of information ab
                                                                                                  contraceptive pills like EC.
     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Honduras
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Honduras
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            Yes


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     Yes


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             Yes


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            Yes


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Honduras
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 May - September 2009, Februa
                                                                                           2010

  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Central warehouse data


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               The political crisis last year dis
                                                                                           flow of funds for contraceptive p
                                                                                           Last year is not considered a ty
Region                                                                                     terms of commitment from the M
                                                                                           LAC
                                                                                           Health to allocate funds for con
                                                                                           procurement. Monitoring of spe
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                             allocations should be conducte
                                                                                           order to determine commitment
                                                                                           MOH toward ensuring contracep
                                                                                           in Honduras.
Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           India
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Supply and Social Marketing D
                                                                                                   Ministry of Health and Family W

A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        No


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   No
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                No


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           No


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Supply and Social Marketing D
                                                                                                   Ministry of Health and Family W

  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       India
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                3-5 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               Government of India, Secretary


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Key person for planning health
                                                                                               procurements, programs

B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            No Data
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          4/09-3/10


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          Government of India, Ministry o
                                                                                               Family Welfare

    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       India
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         4/09-3/10


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds                                      Government of India is self-suffi
                                                                                               procuring contraceptives. Contr
                                                                                               supplied for free in the governm
   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        No Data
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      No
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       N/A


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    4/09-3/10


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations                                                 Government of India is self-suffi
                                                                                               procuring contraceptives. They
                                                                                               for free in the government progr
B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          India
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 Supply and Social Marketing D
                                                                                             Government of India

     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               No


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        The family planning program of
                                                                                                                  of Health and Family Welfare is
                                                                                                                  program and the government of
C. Commodities                                                                                                    sufficient in procuring contracep
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 Contraceptives are supplied for
                                                                                                                  government programs.
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          Yes


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
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C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   No


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  No


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
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  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered                                     Available in private sector includ
                                                                                               social marketing

  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered                               Not yet available in government


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered                                              Not yet available in government


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered                                                Some studies are occurring but
                                                                                               not yet in the government progr

  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
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  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered                                                              Not included in the government


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  National Population Policy


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          2000-2016


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                 Injectable contraceptives and pr
                                                                                                      only pills
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     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     N/A (Product not available throu
     method 1                                                                                        sector)

    D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only qualified, certified allopath
    method 1                                                                                      practitioners are allowed to prov
                                                                                                  qualified pharmacists (with pha
  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                             degree) are allowed to sell.


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
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D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                                     N/A
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   N/A



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     N/A


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        N/A


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           N/A


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        No


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       No


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
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   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   No

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     N/A


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     No
   months?
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  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 April 2009 - March 2010


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Government of India


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               India is a contraceptive secure


Region                                                                                     Europe and Asia


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Kenya
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Family Planning Logistics Work


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 Population Services Internationa


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Management Sciences for Hea
                                                                                                   Marie Stopes, Family Health O
                                                                                                   John Snow Inc. (JSI)
  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID, KfW


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Division of Reproductive Health,
                                                                                                   Planning Program

  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
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    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Kenya Medical Supplies Agenc


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                3-5 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               Public Health and Sanitation


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Director of Public Health and Sa


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          7/08-6/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          KEMSA


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds                                       GoK funded procurement


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Yes
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
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    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             KfW


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         7/08-6/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                         KEMSA


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds                                      KfW funded procurement


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       Donations from UNFPA and US


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    7/08-6/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    RH Interchange


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
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B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 Kenya Medical Supplies Agenc


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               Yes


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No Data


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
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C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       Yes


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
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  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
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  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is           Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                     National Contraceptive Commo
                                                                                                         Strategy

  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                             2007-2012


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                                Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                         Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?                  Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                                 Progestin-only pills, combined o
                                                                                                         implants (Jadelle), IUCDs (Copp
                                                                                                         injectables, emergency contrac
     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or             male and female condoms
                                                                                                         Public Sector
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                             UNFPA pays 5% of commodit
                                                                                                           KEMSA for handling, warehous
                                                                                                           distribution. The fee paid is inte
D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) onto KEMSA’s resource envelo
                                                                                                           No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans) warehousing and distribution. U
                                                                                                           pays for the products it donates
  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                   Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                    Progestin-only pills, combined o
                                                                                                         DMPA injections, emergency c
                                                                                                         pills
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     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell  All facility levels are allowed to
     method 1                                                                                     these methods as long as there
                                                                                                  health workers.
    D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only registered pharmacies, cli
    method 1                                                                                      hospitals are allowed to sell or
                                                                                                  these methods.
  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                             Implants and IUDs


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell DRH limits provision of these m
     method 2                                                                                    higher level health facilities due
                                                                                                 availability of skilled health work
   D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell dispensary level.
                                                                                                 Only registered pharmacies, cli
   method 2                                                                                      hospitals are allowed to sell or
                                                                                                 these methods.
  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
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D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   No



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Yes


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        No


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     No
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   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  No


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       Revision of the essential drugs
                                                                                                currently ongoing. It is expected
                                                                                                implants, IUDs, and barrier met
E. Supply Chain (Capacity)                                                                      added to the list.
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      Yes


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     Yes


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       Yes


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             Yes


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          Yes


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     Yes
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Kenya
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          Yes


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                KEMSA Monthly Stock report


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                             Various activities are being carr
                                                                                         implement the National Contrac
                                                                                         Commodities Security Strategy
Region                                                                                   focus areas of commitment, ca
                                                                                         Africa
                                                                                         coordination, capacity, client ut
                                                                                         demand. The procurement plan
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                           implemented hand in hand with
                                                                                         annual quantification and foreca
                                                                                         National Contraceptive Commo
                                                                                         Security Strategy was develope
Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
                                                                                         and included a forecast of coun
Commonly used acronyms include:
                                                                                         contraceptive requirements for 2
                                                                                         but these forecasted quantities
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
                                                                                         annually. Therefore, the procure
                                                                                         implemented taking into consid
                                                                                         revised annual requirements.
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Liberia
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          National Reproductive Health C
                                                                                                   Security Committee

A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        No


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Family Planning Association of


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Ministry of Health and Social W


  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Liberia
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  National Drug Service


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                1-2 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No Data


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               MOH


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Head of Family Health Division


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Liberia
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       For 2009, UNFPA ($414k) and
                                                                                               ($516k)

    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    RHI


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Liberia
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? N/A

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      N/A


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector No
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          Yes


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Liberia
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       Yes


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         No
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector No
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Liberia
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   No
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Liberia
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  National Reproductive Health C
                                                                                                      Security Strategy and Operatio

  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          2008-2012


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                No
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Liberia
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Liberia
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   No



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Yes


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Liberia
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            Yes


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     Yes


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             Yes


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Liberia
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                stock management report (cent


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No Data


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               The USAID | DELIVER PROJEC
                                                                                           to get the contraceptive supply
                                                                                           management of the MOHHSW/
Region                                                                                     effective and ensure data availa
                                                                                           Africa


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Madagascar
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          "Reproductive Health/Family Pl
                                                                                                   Partners Committee" and sub-c
                                                                                                   "RH/FP Logistics Committee"
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 Population Services Internationa


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           FISA (IPPF affiliate), Marie Stop
                                                                                                   Madagascar, Religious platform
                                                                                                   by (1) SAF-FJKM - the Health D
  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          Protestant church and 2) SALF
                                                                                                   Yes
  manufacturers)                                                                                   department of Lutheran Church
                                                                                                   Salama (the NGO platform)
    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee                                ORGANON


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID, UNFPA, JICA


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA, UNICEF, UNAIDS, Wo
                                                                                                   WHO

  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Family Planning Directorate (FP


  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Madagascar
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  SALAMA, the national essentia
                                                                                               purchasing agency

  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    Yes


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee                             Ministry of Finance (sometimes


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                1-2 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               The Directorate of Family Plann


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Director


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          FPD


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Madagascar
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       UNFPA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    RHI


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Madagascar
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? Other

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      SALAMA - Central Essential Dr
                                                                                                                  Purchasing Agency

     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               Yes


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        90% of the total funds for contra
                                                                                                                  procurement used to come from
                                                                                                                  including USAID who provided 6
C. Commodities                                                                                                    contraceptives before the March
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 declaration and suspension of t
                                                                                                                  assistance to the Government.
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         No


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          Yes


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Madagascar
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         No Data
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector No Data
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Madagascar
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          No Data
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   No Data
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No Data


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Madagascar
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                 Contraceptive Security Strategy


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                         2007-2012


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                            Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                     Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or         Private
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                      Tax: 20%
                                                                                                     VAT: 20%

D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description                                                                            Tax for contraceptives imported
                                                                                                     sector

D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               No
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Madagascar
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Madagascar
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     Yes


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Yes


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Madagascar
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        Yes


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 VFTs


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       Expecting new NEML in 2010.


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            Yes


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      Yes


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     Yes


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       Yes


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No Data


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Madagascar
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          Yes


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Logistics Management Informat
                                                                                           SALAMA report

E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               Since July 2007, a free contrace
                                                                                           has been in place and likely aff
                                                                                           logistic system regarding who i
Region                                                                                     pay for the transportation of con
                                                                                           Africa
                                                                                           products. In March 2009 a coup
                                                                                           suspended USAID support to th
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                             Government of Madagascar and
                                                                                           contraceptive security during th
                                                                                           March to December 2009.

Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Malawi
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Reproductive Health Technical W
                                                                                                   Group

A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 PSI


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   No
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID, Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiat


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Reproductive Health Unit, Healt
                                                                                                   Support Services - Pharmaceut
                                                                                                   AIDS Unit, National AIDS Comm
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Malawi
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                3-5 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          10/08-9/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Yes
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Malawi
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             Swap funds


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         10/08-9/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                         CMS and PipeLine


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds                                      for 1
                                                                                               million DMPA vials (received in
                                                                                               in November 2009)
   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID ($2,316,905.74) and UN
                                                                                               ($1,289,119.22)

    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    10/08-9/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    USAID | DELIVER PROJECT M
                                                                                               Commodities & PipeLine Recor

    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Malawi
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 CMS


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               No


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Malawi
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       Yes


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Malawi
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Malawi
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                 Reproductive Health Commodit
                                                                                                     Strategy

  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                         2006-2010


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                            Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                     Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description                                                                            The largest NGO in Malawi is B
                                                                                                     Mtsogolo (BLM), an affiliate of M
                                                                                                     International (MSI). Until now, th
D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               been able to access the USAID
                                                                                                     Yes
contraceptive methods?                                                                               contraceptives through the gove
                                                                                                     system (because of the Mexico
  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                Mechanisms are and injectable
                                                                                                     IUCDs, implants being worked
                                                                                                     this.
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Malawi
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell   Only in facilities with trained pe
     method 1                                                                                      Health Surveillance Assistants
                                                                                                   to administer injectable contrac
     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only in accredited premises an
     method 1                                                                                      registered personnel

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                                Oral contraceptives


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell   Only by trained personnel. Com
     method 2                                                                                      Health Workers provide oral con
                                                                                                   (and condoms).
     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only by trained and registered p
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Malawi
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   No



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Yes


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Malawi
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       Yes


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          Yes


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Malawi
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 likely October 2008 - Septembe


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                LMIS


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               The handling fee charged by Ce
                                                                                           Stores continues to limit acces
                                                                                           contraceptives, especially gove
Region                                                                                     procured injectables and implan
                                                                                           Africa
                                                                                           stockouts at service delivery po
                                                                                           a result of low demand and a la
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                             providers.




Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Mali
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Commision de Suivi de la Mise
                                                                                                   Plan d'Action a long terme pour
                                                                                                   Contraception Securisee au Ma
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?                                  for follow-up to the implementat
                                                                                                   long-term contraceptive security

  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 Centrale d'Achat des Generique
                                                                                                   PSI

  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Groupe Pivot Sante et Populatio
                                                                                                   AMPPF (IPPF affiliate), Marie S

  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          Yes
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee                                Centrale d'Achat des Generique


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID, UNFPA, KFW


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Direction Nationale de la Sante
                                                                                                   Direction de la Pharmacie et du
                                                                                                   (DPM), Pharmacie Populaire du
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Mali
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Pharmacie Populaire du Mali (P


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                1-2 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          7/09-6/10


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Mali
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         7/09-6/10


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID, UNFPA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    7/09-6/10


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    RHI


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Mali
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? N/A

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      N/A


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No Data
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector No Data
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          Yes


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       foaming vaginal tablets
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Mali
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         No Data
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities                                        foaming vaginal tablets


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Mali
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          No Data
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities                         foaming vaginal tablets


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Mali
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                 Plan pour la Contraception Sec
                                                                                                     Mali

  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                         2002-2012


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                            Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                     Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                             All products brought into the co
                                                                                                     taxed

     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or         USAID-donated products are ta
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                      2.5% tax


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description                                                                            All products brought into the co
                                                                                                     taxed.

D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                IUDs and implants
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Mali
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     Non-qualified personnel (not tra
     method 1                                                                                        allowed to provide certain metho
                                                                                                     Long Acting Methods (IUDs, Im
     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Mali
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    Yes


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 Yes


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      No


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   No



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Mali
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        Yes


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 Spermicide


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       Yes


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             Yes


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            Yes


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     No
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Mali
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 December 2009 and March 201


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                PPMR based on reports for Dec
                                                                                           and Mar. 31, 2010

E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               New challenges are faced with
                                                                                           contraceptive needs due to prog
                                                                                           expansion with new partners, e
Region                                                                                     long-acting methods (IUD and I
                                                                                           Africa
                                                                                           Other challenges include comm
                                                                                           and shipment timelines not resp
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                             planned timeframe. Both of the
                                                                                           have resulted in emergency pro
                                                                                           during this past year.

Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Mozambique
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Reproductive Health Commodit
                                                                                                   (CS) Committee

A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        No


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   No
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       MOH RH Unit


  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Mozambique
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  CMAM


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                3-5 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          10/08-9/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Mozambique
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         10/08-9/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       UNFPA, USAID


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    10/08-9/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    CPTs


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Mozambique
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? N/A

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      N/A


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        Donors have provided 100% of n
                                                                                                                  has not been a shortage of ava
                                                                                                                  for contraceptives and condoms
C. Commodities                                                                                                    CMAM has received significant
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 conduct procurement, and theo
                                                                                                                  could procure contraceptives an
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in   funds the MOH manages have b
stock.)                                                                                                           other priority health commoditie
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 No Data


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No Data


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         No


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No Data
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector No Data
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Mozambique
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         No Data
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector No Data
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities                                        N/A


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Mozambique
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  No


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          No Data
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   No Data
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities                         N/A


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered                                     provided by AMODEFA (IPPF a


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered                               provided by AMODEFA (IPPF a


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered                                              PSI Exploring


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Mozambique
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                 RH Commodity Security Strate


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                         2009-2012


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                            No


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                     No


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description                                                                            Reportedly lengthy process for
                                                                                                     and MOH approval to launch so
                                                                                                     marketed FP products.
D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                IUDs
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Mozambique
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     Only trained MCH Nurses can i
     method 1                                                                                        nurses cannot)

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                                Injectables


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     Only MCH Nurses can provide i
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3                                                                Orals


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     MCH Activists after the first con
     method 3                                                                                        SMI nurse

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Mozambique
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Mozambique
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  No


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        Yes


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 Spermicide


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       National Formulary of Medicatio
                                                                                                list reviewed.

E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   No

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Mozambique
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                CPTs, Physical Inventory


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               Transport supported by UNFPA
                                                                                           2009 resolved financial transpor
                                                                                           Pharmaceutical Logisitcs Mast
Region                                                                                     implemented will greatly improv
                                                                                           Africa
                                                                                           and increase uninterrupted acce
                                                                                           Public Sector
Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Nepal
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Reproductive Health Commodit
                                                                                                   Working Group (also known as
                                                                                                   Contraceptive and Essential Co
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?                                  Security Working Group)


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 Nepal Contraceptive Retail Sale
                                                                                                   Company

  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Family Planning Association of
                                                                                                   affiliate)

  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID, KfW, DFID, World Ban


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA, UNICEF


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Family Health Division, Logistic
                                                                                                   Management Division, Child He
                                                                                                   National Center for AIDS and S
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Ministry of Health and Populatio
                                                                                                   Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Nepal
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Central Warehouse, Teku


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    Yes


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee                             National Planning Commission


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                1-2 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               Logistics Management Division


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Director


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          7/08-6/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          National Pipeline report, LMD


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Yes
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Nepal
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             Pooled funds - World Bank, DF


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         7/08-6/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                         National Pipeline report, LMD


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID, KfW


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    7/08-6/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    National Pipeline report, LMD


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Nepal
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 Logistics Management Division
                                                                                             (Crown Agents provides quality

     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               Yes


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        The government is committed to
                                                                                                                  the procurement of contraceptiv
                                                                                                                  increase in budget from 2008/09
C. Commodities                                                                                                    is by 87%. In the FY 2009/10, t
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 government has committed 100
                                                                                                                  public sector procurement need
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in   contraceptives. Kfw has commi
stock.)                                                                                                           condoms and injectables to the
                                                                                                                  NGO sectors and oral pills to s
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes
                                                                                                                  marketing for the coming 3 yea
                                                                                                                  The government procures throug
                                                                                                                  international competitive bidding
   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  No
                                                                                                                  working well. LMD recently ma
                                                                                                                  year procurement contract for C
                                                                                                                  Injectables.
   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Nepal
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   No


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities                                        N/A


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Nepal
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities                         N/A


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered                      Public sector - piloting in 4 (out
                                                                                               districts
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                Nepal
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is          Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                    National Reproductive Health C
                                                                                                        Security (RHCS) Strategy

  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                            2007-2011


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                               Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                        Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?                 Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                                All FP methods


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or            Commercial sector
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                            A 1% tax is charged for the com
                                                                                                           sector. (There is no tax for cont
                                                                                                           the public sector or social mark
D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                  No
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Nepal
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Nepal
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Yes


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        No


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Nepal
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   No

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       No


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Nepal
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                LMIS


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               Donors' contribution in contrace
                                                                                           commodities to the country has
                                                                                           decreasing . MoHP's share in c
Region                                                                                     is increasing each year. MoHP
                                                                                           Europe and Asia
                                                                                           to procure 100% of contraceptiv
                                                                                           year, 2009/10. LMD is strength
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                             supply and inventory managem
                                                                                           district and health facilities leve
                                                                                           commodities available througho

Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Nicaragua
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Comité Nacional para la Dispon
                                                                                                   Asegurada de Insumos y Antico
                                                                                                   DAIA Nicaragua (National Contr
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?                                  Security Committee)


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 PASMO


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           PROFAMILIA. MOH wants to in
                                                                                                   NGOs (for example IXCHEN).

  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         UNFPA, USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       DAIS (Direction of logistics and
                                                                                                   DGSS (Direction of Health Serv
                                                                                                   DGPD (Division of Planning and
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Development and External Coo
                                                                                                   No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Nicaragua
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                6 or more times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               MOH, in the DGSS and DAIS


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  General Directors


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          Contraceptive procurement tabl


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Yes
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Nicaragua
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             UNFPA, public sector, and othe


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                         Contraceptive procurement tabl


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds                                      UNFPA puts its funds into the b
                                                                                               also donates some other RH su
                                                                                               contraceptives) to the public se
   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement       in-kind donations.
                                                                                                $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    Contraceptive procurement tabl


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Nicaragua
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? Third-party agent (e.g., UNFPA
                                                                                             Agents)
(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 UNFPA, through cost-sharing a


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Nicaragua
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   No


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Nicaragua
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered                      The MOH prescribes but does n
                                                                                               the packaged product itself.
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Nicaragua
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                 National strategy reproductive h


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                         2007-2011


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                            Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                     Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description                                                                            The national procurement law c
                                                                                                     preferences for local procureme
                                                                                                     the public sector from accessin
D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               effective supplier. An exception
                                                                                                     No
contraceptive methods?                                                                               allows the government to procu
                                                                                                     UNFPA.
  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Nicaragua
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Nicaragua
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        No


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Nicaragua
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)                                             No Data


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            Yes


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Nicaragua
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          Yes


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Warehouse reports


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               Contraceptive security is a prio
                                                                                           the national strategy on reprodu
                                                                                           For 2010, the MOH will cover 52
Region                                                                                     total need for contraceptives wit
                                                                                           LAC
                                                                                           generated funds. It will procure
                                                                                           funds.
Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Nigeria
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Reproductive Health Commodit
                                                                                                   Stakeholder's Committee

A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 Society for Family Health


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Planned Parenthood Federation
                                                                                                   (PPFN) and Association for Rep
                                                                                                   and Family Health
  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          Yes
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee                                Pharmaceutical Society of Nige
                                                                                                   Society of Gynecologists and O
                                                                                                   of Nigeria (SOGON), and Nigeri
  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Association
                                                                                                   Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID, DFID, CIDA


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       1. FP Division
                                                                                                   2. Dept of Planning, Research a
                                                                                                   3. National Agency for Food an
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Administration and Control (NA
                                                                                                   Yes
                                                                                                   4. National Population Commis
                                                                                                   5. Federal Ministry of Women A
                                                                                                   6. States Ministries of Health
                                                                                                   7. Ministry of Defence
                                                                                                   8. National Health Insurance Se
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Nigeria
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Central Contraceptive Warehou


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    Yes


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee                             Federal Ministry of Finance


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                1-2 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               Association for Reproductive an
                                                                                               Health

  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  CEO


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Nigeria
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       UNFPA (There's a CIDA grant m
                                                                                               UNFPA), & USAID

    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    RHI


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Nigeria
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? N/A

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      N/A


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        Finance has historically been u
                                                                                                                  up with procurement requireme
                                                                                                                  now, all commodities in the pub
C. Commodities                                                                                                    have been donor funded.
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          Yes


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Nigeria
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       Yes


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         No Data
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Nigeria
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Nigeria
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  National Strategic Plan for Rep
                                                                                                      Health Commodity Security

  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          2002-2007 but still being followe


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                 Injectables
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                            Nigeria
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell   Only trained personnel are allow
     method 1                                                                                      administer injections (nurses, m
                                                                                                   community health extension wo
     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only trained personnel are allow
     method 1                                                                                      administer injections.

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                               Implants


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell    Only trained nurses and doctor
     method 2                                                                                       to administer implants.

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only trained personnel are allow
     method 2                                                                                      administer implants.

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3                                                               IUDs


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell    Only trained personnel are allow
     method 3                                                                                       administer IUCDs (doctors and

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only trained personnel are allow
     method 3                                                                                      administer IUCDs.

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried          No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?               No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                 No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Nigeria
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 Yes


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      No


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   No



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Nigeria
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            Yes


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      Yes


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     Yes


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       Yes


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            Yes


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Nigeria
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 October 2008 - September 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Central Contraceptive Warehou
                                                                                           Status Reports

E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                             A revised national strategy for c
                                                                                         security is pending. The USAID
                                                                                         PROJECT has worked with FM
Region                                                                                   develop a multi-year commodity
                                                                                         Africa
                                                                                         which forms the basis for its co
                                                                                         advocacy for resources to fund
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                           procurement plans. As a result,
                                                                                         plans to procure commodities w
                                                                                         million, and DfID plans to spend
                                                                                         million USD to procure commod
Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
                                                                                         2010. The FMOH has requested
Commonly used acronyms include:
                                                                                         $600,000 USD in its budget for
                                                                                         currently undergoing administra
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
                                                                                         processing.
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Pakistan
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Reproductive Health Commodit
                                                                                                   Committee (RHCS) - Currently
                                                                                                   committee is inactive and the U
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?                                  DELIVER PROJECT plans to re
                                                                                                   through CS inputs.

  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 Greenstar Social Marketing, Pa


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           USAID | DELIVER PROJECT,
                                                                                                   FALAH PROJECT and USAID |
                                                                                                   PROJECT
  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID, DFID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Director General (M&S) MOPW
                                                                                                   Worker Program, MOH

  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Pakistan
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                1-2 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               MOPW


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Director General M&S, MOPW


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          7/08-6/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          MOH and RHInterchange Datab


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds                                  Both the Ministry of Health and
                                                                                          of Population Welfare provided f
                                                                                          contraceptives during their June
  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for 2009 fiscal year. The MOH prov
                                                                                          No
                                                                                          approximately 2.24 Million throu
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
                                                                                          Health Workers Program and th
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
                                                                                          provided approximately 7.01 Mi
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
                                                                                          Total.
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Pakistan
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         7/08-6/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       UNFPA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    7/08-6/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    RHInterchange Database


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations                                                 The data were obtained from the
                                                                                               RHInterchange for the same da
                                                                                               the public sector fiscal year.
B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Pakistan
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? Third-party agent (e.g., UNFPA
                                                                                             Agents)
(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 UNFPA


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          Yes


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Pakistan
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             No


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Pakistan
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Pakistan
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered                MSS/Pakistan


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                   Draft Pakistan Population Polic
                                                                                                      DELIVER PROJECT has agree
                                                                                                      development of a National CS S
  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          2010)
                                                                                                      2010-2015


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             No


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      No


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                 IUD, Surgical/Permanent contra
                                                                                                      Implanon, Injectables
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Pakistan
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     Trained HCP
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Trained HCP
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           Yes
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women                  MOPW uses MWRA (Married W
                                                                                                     Reproductive Age) as the sub-p
                                                                                                     contraceptive services among fe
     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?                  population.
                                                                                                     No


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Pakistan
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 Yes


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      Yes


     D6ci. Description of exemptions                                                       Ministry of Health provides cont
                                                                                           free of charge for both services
                                                                                           commodities, however a similar
D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                       free of charge is under review b
                                                                                           MOPW too. Exemption for poor
                                                                                           through structured "Baitul Maal
  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                                     system.
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     Yes


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Yes


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Pakistan
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        Yes


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 diaphragms


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   No

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       No


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     No
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Pakistan
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 No Data


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Contraceptive Performance Rep
                                                                                           2009, MOPW, GOP

E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No Data


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, P
                                                                                           conducted CPT development in
                                                                                           2009, which helped logistics ba
Region                                                                                     modelling and development of c
                                                                                           Europe and Asia
                                                                                           National Forecast as concrete i
                                                                                           CCS. Collective good advocacy
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                             mobilized $1.7m from GOP and
                                                                                           USAID. USAID/Pakistan made
                                                                                           USAID/CSL for commodity sup
                                                                                           public and private sectors and s
Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
                                                                                           consignments have already rea
Commonly used acronyms include:
                                                                                           CW&S, Karachi.

CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Paraguay
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Disponibilidad Asegurada de In
                                                                                                   Anticonceptivos (DAIA) Commi
                                                                                                   (Contraceptive Security Commi
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 PSI Paraguay


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           CEPEP (Centro Paraguayo de
                                                                                                   Poblacion) IPPF

  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         UNFPA, USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    OPS, UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       RH,PH, Logistic


  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Paraguay
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Central warehouse


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                6 or more times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               MOH


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Directors of logistics DGPS


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Paraguay
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      No
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       N/A


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Paraguay
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? Third-party agent (e.g., UNFPA
                                                                                             Agents)
(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 UNFPA


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         No


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Paraguay
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   No


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
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  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
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  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  Plan estrategico DAIA Paragua
                                                                                                      (contraceptives security strateg

  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          2006-2010


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                              All


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or          Both
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                No
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1
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     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
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D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                                     N/A
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   N/A



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     N/A


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        N/A


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           N/A


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        No


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
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   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       IUD and male condom listed on
                                                                                                Supplies List instead of NEML.

E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   No

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     Yes
   months?
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  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                PPMR


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               Laws need to facilitate most eff
                                                                                           procurement processes.

Region                                                                                     LAC


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Philippines
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Contraceptive Self-Reliance (CS
                                                                                                   Working Group

A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 DKT Phlippines, Family Plannin
                                                                                                   Organization of the Philippines,
                                                                                                   Municipalities
  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Philippine NGO Council, Family
                                                                                                   Organization of the Philippines,
                                                                                                   Movement for Encouraging NSV
  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          vasectomy), League of Province
                                                                                                   Yes
  manufacturers)                                                                                   Cities, League of Municipalities
                                                                                                   Local Authorities of the Philippi
    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee                                Philippine Chamber of Commer
                                                                                                   Industry, Drugstores Associatio
                                                                                                   Philippines
  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID, UNFPA


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    WHO


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       DOH: National Center for Disea
                                                                                                   and Control (includes FP and H
                                                                                                   Bureau of Local Health Develop
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         of International Health Coordina
                                                                                                   Yes
                                                                                                   Policy Development and Planni
                                                                                                   National Drug Program, Center
                                                                                                   Development Region 4A and Na
                                                                                                   Region; DOH attached agencie
                                                                                                   Food and Drugs, Population Co
                                                                                                   Philippine Health Insurance Cor
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    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  DOH Materials Management Se


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                0 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               NGOs & Philippine Legislative C
                                                                                               Population & Development (PLC
                                                                                               NGO of legislators), Forum, & R
  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  Health Advocacy Network
                                                                                               Whole organizations & Executiv
                                                                                               For Forum, the chairman.

B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            No Data
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds                                  Internally generated funds came
                                                                                          Maternal Neonatal Child Health
                                                                                          grant from the National Departm
  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Health. This fund was drawn do
                                                                                          No
                                                                                          received by specific local gover
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
                                                                                          not at the same time and not al
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
                                                                                          amount is for contraceptives. A
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
                                                                                          specific data as to how much is
                                                                                          available.
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    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                            N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive        $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                        1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement      No Data
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including     Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                      UNFPA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in No Data
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                   1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -         No Data
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
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B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 Local Government Unit’s Gener
                                                                                             and Supplies Office

     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               No


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        The line item for procurement o
                                                                                                                  contraceptives is at the LGU lev
                                                                                                                  fund and procure their contracep
C. Commodities                                                                                                    requirements. Prices of contrac
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 for the same contraceptive meth
                                                                                                                  brand, are not uniform across L
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in   Currently, there is no systemat
stock.)                                                                                                           provides report on LGU procure
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes
                                                                                                                  PhilHealth enrollment is anothe
                                                                                                                  for LGU financing of contracepti
                                                                                                                  an LGU enrolls its constituents
   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes
                                                                                                                  constituents) with PhilHealth, it
                                                                                                                  financing its contraceptive requ
                                                                                                                  through: a) the enrolled constitu
   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes PhilHealth benefit packag
                                                                                                                  of the
                                                                                                                  the costs of some contraceptive
                                                                                                                  (as described previously in this
   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No
                                                                                                                  or (b) using part of the capitatio
                                                                                                                  received from PhilHealth (for en
                                                                                                                  made) to procure contraceptive
   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes
                                                                                                                  USAID/Philippines, through the
                                                                                                                  Policy Development Project ass
   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        DOH to conduct a rapid assess
                                                                                                                  Yes
                                                                                                                  on 2007 LGU (local government
                                                                                                                  procurements covering all provin
   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      cities (N: 122). The result of the
                                                                                                                  No
                                                                                                                  showed that 55% of the LGUs (
                                                                                                                  procured contraceptives at or ab
                                                                                                                  of donated contraceptives they
   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         No
                                                                                                                  receive before the phase out of
                                                                                                                  donation. The remaining 45% (N
                                                                                                                  procure.
   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?                                                                                    In 2004, the DOH issued the gu
                                                                                                  the management of the donated
   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
                                                                                                  commodities under the Contrac
   facilities?                                                                                    Reliance Strategy which include
                                                                                                  guidelines and schedule for pha
   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                          No
                                                                                                  contraceptive donations at the n
                                                                                                  local level. The LGUs were divid
                                                                                                  batches, the first being the rich
   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                       patch, spermicide
                                                                                                  the last being the poorest LGUs
                                                                                                  last shipment of USAID donated
                                                                                                  contraceptives (excluding IUDs)
                                                                                                  September 2007, the last DOH
                                                                                                  the third batch of LGUs to be ph
                                                                                                  was in the quarter October-Dec
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Philippines
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    No


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities                                        N/A


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
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  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            No


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               No


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  No


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities                         N/A


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                               Philippines
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is         Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                   National Family Planning Policy
                                                                                                       (National Family Planning Polic
                                                                                                       Administrative Order No. 50-A s
  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                           dated September 17, 2001)
                                                                                                       Guidelines on the Management
                                                                                                       Commodities under the Contrac
  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                              Reliance Strategy (DOH Admin
                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                       Order No. 158 s. 2004, dated J
                                                                                                       Guidelines on Public-Private Co
                                                                                                       Delivery of Health Services Inclu
  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                       Yes
                                                                                                       Planning for Women of Reprodu
                                                                                                       (DOH Adminstrative Order No. 2
                                                                                                       dated May 20, 2006)
D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?                Yes
                                                                                                       Implementing Health Reforms fo
                                                                                                       Reduction of Maternal and Neo
                                                                                                       Mortality (Administrative Order
     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                               All methods September 9, 2008
                                                                                                       0029, dated


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or               All sectors - however, if an NGO
     fees?                                                                                                 obtained tax exemption, payme
                                                                                                           and duties may be waived. The
   D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                           of Health (DOH) pays for taxes
                                                                                                           Customs duties on condoms an
                                                                                                           donations and social marketing
                                                                                                           contraceptives is 3% of total va
                                                                                                           duties on Copper T IUDs is 15%
D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) value. All contraceptives are su
                                                                                                           Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans) Value Added Tax (VAT). Howe
                                                                                                           NGO has obtained tax exempti
   D3a. Policy description                                                                                 Taxes/duties. Donated be wai
                                                                                                           of taxes and duties maycommo
                                                                                                           socially marketed commodities
                                                                                                           commercially marketed contrac
D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                     subject to taxes and duties. Ta
                                                                                                           Yes
contraceptive methods?                                                                                     donated contraceptives consign
                                                                                                           Department of Health (such as
   D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                     donated by USAID) are & inject
                                                                                                           Oral contraceptive pills shoulde
                                                                                                           Government of the Philippines t
                                                                                                           automatic appropriations of the
                                                                                                           of Budget Management. Taxes
                                                                                                           socially marketed contraceptive
                                                                                                           to the Department of Health are
                                                                                                           Department of Health. Taxes/du
                                                                                                           socially marketed contraceptive
                                                                                                           consigned to the Department of
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Philippines
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell  Only trained health workers are
     method 1                                                                                     dispense. Dispensing without p
                                                                                                  not allowed. However, since pu
                                                                                                  Only trained health service sup
    D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell are headed by doctors whoprov
    method 1                                                                                      health workers in the Service pr
                                                                                                  allowed to dispense. facilities,
                                                                                                  are easy to obtain. However, in
                                                                                                  than physicians, such as midw
  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                             OCPs can be obtained without
                                                                                                  dispense without a prescription
                                                                                                  IUDs
                                                                                                  from pharmacies/drugstores.
                                                                                                  most midwives, and all PhilHea
                                                                                                  Health Insurance Corp) accredit
                                                                                                  Only trained physicians who w
    D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell have back-uphealth workers are
    method 2                                                                                      prescriptions.
                                                                                                  dispense. Dispensing of hormon
                                                                                                  without prescription is not allow
                                                                                                  Only public health service prov
    D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell sincetrained facilities are heade
    method 2                                                                                      who supervise all health worker
                                                                                                  allowed to dispense. Service pr
                                                                                                  facilities, prescriptions as midw
                                                                                                  than physicians, such are easy
  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3                                                             dispense Health a prescription
                                                                                                  Barangay without Station (the lo
                                                                                                  publicmidwives, and all PhilHea
                                                                                                  most health facility) health ser
                                                                                                  do not dispense IUDs. accredit
                                                                                                  Health Insurance Corp)
    D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell have back-up physicians who w
    method 3                                                                                      prescriptions.

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
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D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    Depends


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 Depends


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      Depends


     D6ci. Description of exemptions                                                       Because of devolution, LGUs cr
                                                                                           policies. Policies are not uniform
                                                                                           LGUs. In general, services in p
D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                       facilities are provided for free bu
                                                                                           some LGUs that have fee for se
                                                                                           in some of their facilities. In gen
  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                                     commodities in public sector fa
                                                                                           N/A
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)
                                                                                           provided for free but there are so
                                                                                           charge at full or subsidized pric
                                                                                           few LGUs have policies on clien
  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   N/A
                                                                                           segmentation.
                                                                                           While this is the case, other fun
                                                                                           mechanisms for paying of contr
  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     available to public sector clients
                                                                                           N/A
                                                                                           is a PhilHealth member, the clie
                                                                                           of three PhilHealth benefit pack
  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Maternity Care Package for nor
                                                                                           N/A
                                                                                           that includes the first cycle of o
                                                                                           contraceptives and the first dos
  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           injectable postpartum; (2) IUD P
                                                                                           N/A
                                                                                           (3) Voluntary Surgical Sterilizat
                                                                                           for bilateral tubal ligation and va
  D7f. Notes about the PRSP                                                                significant number of LGUs hav
                                                                                           their poor constituents with Phi

D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Philippines
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  No


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   N/A

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            N/A


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     N/A


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             N/A


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            N/A


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Philippines
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information


  E2k. Data source for stockout information


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  N/A


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                             1) Contraceptive Security vs. Co
                                                                                         Self-Reliance. The Philippines a
                                                                                         Contraceptive Security in the co
Region                                                                                   eliminating unmet need for fami
                                                                                         Europe and Asia
                                                                                         given the phase out of USAID c
                                                                                         donation. This requires broaden
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                           definition to include the support
                                                                                         the implementation of the family
                                                                                         program and addressing issues
                                                                                         sustainability. Hence, the DOH
Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
                                                                                         embarked on Contraceptive Sel
Commonly used acronyms include:
                                                                                         rather than Contraceptive Secu
                                                                                         strategy includes, in addition to
                                                                                         financing and Health, RHI RHe
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of procurement- of co
                                                                                         based contraceptive methods (p
                                                                                         injectables, IUDs, condoms, an
                                                                                         promotion and financing of othe
                                                                                         (bilateral tubal ligation, vasecto
                                                                                         lactational amenorrhea, natural
                                                                                         planning, and others), expandin
                                                                                         coverage, and mobilizing private
                                                                                         resources in the provision of fam
                                                                                         services and commodities. This
                                                                                         Contraceptive Security may hav
                                                                                         to maintaining the Contraceptive
                                                                                         Rate in the Philippines steady d
                                                                                         USAID's phase out of contracep
                                                                                         donation. And since the Govern
                                                                                         objective is to ensure the count
                                                                                         sufficiency in the provision of fa
                                                                                         services and commodities, the
                                                                                         sustainability is high even witho
                                                                                         contraceptive donations. 2) Pro
                                                                                         Poor. The poor should be prote
                                                                                         process of achieving Contracep
                                                                                         Reliance. The issue of targeting
                                                                                         and provision for the poor is not
                                                                                         of commitment and willingness
                                                                                         also involves many operational
                                                                                         as determining who are poor an
                                                                                         free services, how the non-poor
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Russia
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            No


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          N/A


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        N/A


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   N/A
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee


  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          N/A
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                N/A


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           N/A


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      N/A
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee


  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Russia
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    N/A


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                N/A
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          N/A


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              No


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Russia
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      No
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       N/A


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -          N/A
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Russia
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? N/A

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      N/A


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        The Russian federal governmen
                                                                                                                  federal family planning program
                                                                                                                  including the procurement of co
C. Commodities                                                                                                    However, some regions and mu
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 provide limited contraceptives (b
                                                                                                                  and number) to vulnerable group
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in   population mostly under manda
stock.)                                                                                                           insurance programs and small d
                                                                                                                  from pharmaceutical firms. How
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes
                                                                                                                  of modern contraceptive method
                                                                                                                  avaiable through pharmacies, in
                                                                                                                  public health care facilities for a
   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes
                                                                                                                  purchase. Even though FP is n
                                                                                                                  the provision of health services,
                                                                                                                  target regions cover/reimburse F
   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes
                                                                                                                  counseling under the regional m
                                                                                                                  health insurance plans.

   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       contraceptive patch Evra and va
                                                                                                                  Novaring
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Russia
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         No
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities                                        contraceptive patch Evra and va
                                                                                                                  Novaring

C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   N/A


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             N/A


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            N/A
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Russia
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            N/A


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  N/A


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 N/A


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               N/A


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  N/A


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          N/A
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   N/A
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            N/A


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities                         N/A


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Russia
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       No
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name


  D1b. Years strategy covers


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                             All


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or         All
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                      10% custom/import duties, 10%


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description                                                                            It's illegal to advertise a specific
                                                                                                     contraceptive brand as well as a
                                                                                                     prescription drug. However, the
D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               promoted and advertised in prof
                                                                                                     Yes
contraceptive methods?                                                                               health care literature and faciliti
                                                                                                     campaigns on contraception in
  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                allowed. condoms
                                                                                                     All except
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Russia
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell  Only pharmacies are allowed to
     method 1                                                                                     contraceptives and only OB/GY
                                                                                                  prescribe them
    D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Only pharmacies are allowed to
    method 1                                                                                      contraceptives and only OB/GY
                                                                                                  prescribe them
  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Russia
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 Yes


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      Yes


     D6ci. Description of exemptions                                                       Some regions provide free contr
                                                                                           vulnerable groups.

D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)                                     N/A
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   N/A



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     N/A


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        N/A


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           N/A


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              No


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       No


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         No


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Russia
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  No


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                No


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   N/A

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            N/A


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      N/A


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     N/A


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       N/A


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             N/A


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            N/A


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Russia
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 N/A


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                N/A


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   N/A


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  N/A


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               Contraception in Russia continu
                                                                                           sensitive topic due to the demo
                                                                                           and other reasons such as trad
Region                                                                                     negative perception of hormona
                                                                                           Europe and Asia
                                                                                           contraception among policy ma
                                                                                           professionals, and the general p
Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Rwanda
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Family Planning Logistics Com


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 PSI


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Association Rwandaise pour le
                                                                                                   Familial's (ARBEF)

  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          Yes
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee                                Associations of Private Pharma
                                                                                                   Physicians

  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID , UNFPA,GFTAM,GTZ/K


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Maternal Child Health and Phar
                                                                                                   Force

  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Rwanda
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Rwanda Drug, Consumables an
                                                                                               Equipments Central Procureme
                                                                                               (CAMERWA)
  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                3-5 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               MOH


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  MCH task force coordinator


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds                                       Rwanda does not track its inter
                                                                                               generated revenue independent

  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Yes
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Rwanda
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             basket and GFATM


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                         Pipeline


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds                                      USD1.512 from Basket funds (R
                                                                                               not track its internally generate
                                                                                               independently of basket). USD8
   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement       GFATM funds
                                                                                                $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       UNFPA and USAID


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    Pipeline


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations                                                 A total 1,407,195.87$ from UNF
                                                                                               2,072,181.68 from USAID dona

B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Rwanda
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 CAMERWA


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               Yes


B9. Comments about finance and procurement


C. Commodities
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No Data
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector No Data
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          Yes


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Rwanda
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       Yes


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Rwanda
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          No
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   No
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered                      IPPF/ARBEF
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Rwanda
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  RHCS


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          November 2008- December 201


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             No


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                              For all methods in the public se
                                                                                                      pays storage for the central wa

     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or          Public sector
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                       9% value of the product


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                No
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Rwanda
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Rwanda
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     Yes


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        Yes


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Rwanda
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 N/A


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       The printed version will be availa
                                                                                                (in 2010). The tender for printing
                                                                                                printer identified.
E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   No

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       No


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     No
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Rwanda
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


  E2j. Time period of stockout information


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Procurement planning and mon
                                                                                           LMIS, annual national physical
                                                                                           warehouse reports
E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   No


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               At SDP level, contraceptive sto
                                                                                           estimated at less than 5%. At C
                                                                                           District level, there were no stoc
Region                                                                                     Africa


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Senegal
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Comité National de Sécurisatio
                                                                                                   Produits Contraceptifs (Nationa
                                                                                                   Contraceptive Security Commit
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 Agence pour le Développement
                                                                                                   Social (ADEMAS). USAID Impl
                                                                                                   Partner (IP)
  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Association sénégalaise pour le
                                                                                                   Familial (ASBEF). IPPF affiliate
                                                                                                   (USAID IP) - Child Fund & Cons
  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          (USAID IP)
                                                                                                   No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID - UNFPA - JICA - KFW


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    WHO - UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Division de la Santé de la Repro
                                                                                                   RH/MCH Division) - Direction de
                                                                                                   Pharmacie et du Medicament, L
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Nationale de contrôle des Médi
                                                                                                   Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Senegal
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Pharmacie Nationale d'Approvis
                                                                                               (PNA)

  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                1-2 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              Yes


  A5a. "Champion's" organization                                                               USAID & Implementing Partner


  A5b. "Champion's" job title                                                                  USAID MD and Health Team


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          CPTs


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds                                  It has been reported that fundin
                                                                                          allocated at central medical sto
                                                                                          returned to treasury unspent.
  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Senegal
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                         CPTs


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID. UNFPA also provided (o
                                                                                               emergency contraceptives), but
                                                                                               is not included here.
    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    Deliver/JSI shipment report


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations                                                 USAID fiscal year 08 budget (sp


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Senegal
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 Pharmacie Nationale d'Apprivis
                                                                                             (PNA)

     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               Yes


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        During the last 3 years, funding
                                                                                                                  allocated for contraceptives but
                                                                                                                  spent. Many reasons have been
C. Commodities                                                                                                    central store mismanagement,
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 to solicitation, funding taken ba
                                                                                                                  treasury secondary to financial
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in   funding is availlable, the PNA d
stock.)                                                                                                           procurement
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      Yes


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          Yes


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Senegal
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       Yes


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           Yes


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Senegal
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          No
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                Senegal
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered                                                                in non-profit private sector facili
                                                                                                        community level (health hut with
                                                                                                        supported by NGO
  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is          Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                    Programme National de Develo
                                                                                                        Sanitaire et Social. Strategie N
                                                                                                        Sécurisation des Produits Cont
  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                            2009-2014, 2007-2011


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                               Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                        Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?                 Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                                All methods


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or            All sectors
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                            For private sector - 20% duties
                                                                                                           IUD only. 2.7% for all goods en
                                                                                                           UEMOA area (Taxe commun à
D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) l'importatation), but the governm
                                                                                                           Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans) tax exemption for the public sec
                                                                                                           $3 fees in public sector.
   D3a. Policy description                                                                                 Advertising for specific brands o
                                                                                                           forbidden. Private doctors conno
                                                                                                           and distribute drugs in the sam
D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                     Pharmacists cannot dispense m
                                                                                                           Yes
contraceptive methods?                                                                                     without doctors' prescription. (e
                                                                                                           contraception is available witho
   D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                     prescription in private pharmaci
                                                                                                           Oral Contraceptives
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Senegal
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell   Only doctors, midwives and nur
     method 1                                                                                      allowed. We are currently pilotin
                                                                                                   community-based distribution (C
     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell with community health workers
                                                                                                   Pharmacists cannot dispense a
     method 1                                                                                      distribute without prescription

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                                Implants and IUDs


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     Doctors, midwives and nurses a
     method 2

   D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Private doctors can insert, but t
   method 2                                                                                      keep stock in their offices. Pat
                                                                                                 procure from pharmacies.
  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Senegal
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    Yes


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 Yes


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      Yes


     D6ci. Description of exemptions                                                       The local health committee dete
                                                                                           cannot pay. There are no speci
                                                                                           exemptions.
D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Senegal
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  Yes


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        Yes


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 Spermicide


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)                                             No data on exact year, but was
                                                                                                after 2003.

D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   No

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       No


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     No
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                     Senegal
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                   January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                  CPTs, logistics management in
                                                                                             system and reports

E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?     Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                    No


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                             Public (government) funding has
                                                                                         been provided and thus contrac
                                                                                         security is unsustainable. Durin
Region                                                                                   two years, USAID and UNFPA
                                                                                         Africa
                                                                                         supported contraceptive procure
                                                                                         Intense advocacy continues wit
Year of Survey Data Collection                                                           for public resources to be mobil
                                                                                         contraceptive procurement. Unf
                                                                                         this is yet to occur despite ass
                                                                                         increasing the RH budget. Whil
Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
                                                                                         no stock-outs at the central lev
Commonly used acronyms include:
                                                                                         health posts and sometimes he
                                                                                         continue to be plagued with sto
                                                                                         There have of Health, RHI - RHe
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry also been difficulties
                                                                                         stocked at the community heal
                                                                                         this initial pilot phase of CB com
                                                                                         pill distribution. (Pills are suppli
                                                                                         supervising health post.) This c
                                                                                         serious problem when the pilot
                                                                                         nationally.
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Tanzania
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          National Contraceptive Security


A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 Tanzania Marketing and Comm
                                                                                                   AIDS, Reproductive Health and
                                                                                                   (T-MARC) project, Population S
  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   International (PSI)
                                                                                                   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           John Snow Inc., Engender Hea
                                                                                                   Cha Uzazi na Malezi Bora Tanz
                                                                                                   - IPPFaffiliate, Marie Stopes, P
  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          Yes
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee                                World Wide Movers (Aglity's loc


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       Reproductive and Child Health S
                                                                                                   (RCHS), National AIDS Control
                                                                                                   (NACP)
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Tanzania
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  Medical Stores Department (MS


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                3-5 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          7/08-6/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          RCHS


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for Yes
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Tanzania
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             basket


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         7/08-6/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds                         RCHS


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds                                      All this comes from the Basket
                                                                                               None of the products bought fro
                                                                                               arrived.
   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    7/08-6/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    CPT memo


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Tanzania
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 MSD


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               Yes


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        In previous years, what was rele
                                                                                                                  always much lower than what w
                                                                                                                  or promised and beyond that, w
C. Commodities                                                                                                    allocated is historically less tha
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 requested or needed. Last year
                                                                                                                  after much advocacy for increas
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in   and release of funding, the amo
stock.)                                                                                                           topped the amount of forecaste
                                                                                                                  of the previous years however d
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes
                                                                                                                  come close to the forecasted n
                                                                                                                  there was technically 129% of f
                                                                                                                  need, the previous years had on
   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yes percentage of the funding
                                                                                                                  small


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   Yes


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        Yes


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No Data


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Tanzania
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       Yes


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          No


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Tanzania
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            No


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered


  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Tanzania
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is       No
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name


  D1b. Years strategy covers


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?              No


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?


     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) Yes
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description                                                                            Brand specific advertising for or
                                                                                                     contraceptives is not allowed si
                                                                                                     considered a prescription-only p
D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular               Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                Oral contraceptives
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Tanzania
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     N/A
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Pharmacies and accredited dru
     method 1                                                                                      outlets (Addos)

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2                                                                Implants and IUDs


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     Restricted to Public Health Nur
     method 2                                                                                        Grade MOH staff

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell N/A
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Tanzania
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Tanzania
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML


E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            No


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      Yes


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     Yes


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       Yes


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             No


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     N/A
   months?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Tanzania
  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          N/A


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 March 2009 - February 2010


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                MSD, quarterly reports


E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security


Region                                                                                     Africa


Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Uganda
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          Reproductive Health Commodit
                                                                                                   Committee

A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        Yes


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee                                 AFFORD/Uganda Health Marke
                                                                                                   PSI, Marie Stopes Uganda

  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           Reproductive Health Uganda (R
                                                                                                   Stopes Uganda (MSU)

  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID


  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       RH Division


  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Uganda
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee                  National Medical Stores


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                3-5 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          No


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                Yes


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      No
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       No
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds


    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Uganda
    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             N/A


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive         $
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        $
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID and UNFPA


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    CPT


    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations                                                 Amount is an estimate and cou
                                                                                               verified.

B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Uganda
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? N/A

(responses from dropdown list choices)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                                      N/A


     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                                               N/A


B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        GoU has ring-fenced budget line
                                                                                                                  commodity procurement but is
                                                                                                                  successful in spending it, partly
C. Commodities                                                                                                    quarterly fund releases which d
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 advance procurement arrangem

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        No Data


   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  No Data


   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 No Data


   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No Data


   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         No Data


   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        No Data


   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      No Data


   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         No Data


   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        No Data
   facilities?

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector No Data
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No Data


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Uganda
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)

   C2a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                         Yes


   C2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                                   Yes


   C2c. Hormonal injections offered in public sector facilities?                                                  Yes


   C2d. Hormonal implants offered in public sector facilities?                                                    Yes


   C2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in public sector facilities?                                          Yes


   C2f. Male condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                         Yes


   C2g. Female condoms offered in public sector facilities?                                                       No


   C2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in public sector facilities?                          Yes


   C2i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in public sector                         Yes
   facilities?

   C2j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in public sector Yes
   facilities?

   C2k. CycleBeads offered in public sector facilities?                                                           No Data


   C2l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in public sector facilities


C3. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in NGO facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in
stock.)


   C3a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                                   Yes


   C3b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                                             Yes


   C3c. Hormonal injections offered in NGO facilities?                                                            Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Uganda
  C3d. Hormonal implants offered in NGO facilities?                                            Yes


  C3e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in NGO facilities?                                  Yes


  C3f. Male condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                                 Yes


  C3g. Female condoms offered in NGO facilities?                                               Yes


  C3h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in NGO facilities?                  Yes


  C3i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in NGO sector          Yes
  facilities?

  C3j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in NGO sector   Yes
  facilities?

  C3k. CycleBeads offered in NGO sector facilities?                                            Yes


  C3l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in NGO sector facilities


C4. Comments about methods offered


  C4a. Comments about combined oral hormonal pills offered


  C4b. Comments about progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered


  C4c. Comments about hormonal injections offered


  C4d. Comments about hormonal implants offered


  C4e. Comments about intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered


  C4f. Comments about male condoms offered


  C4g. Comments about female condoms offered                                                   UNFPA doing pilot to re-activate
                                                                                               condoms w/ NGOS

  C4h. Comments about emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                              Uganda
  C4i. Comments about long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered


  C4j. Comments about long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered


  C4k. Comments about CycleBeads offered


  C3l. Comments about other contraceptive(s) offered


D. Policy (Commitment)
D1. Is there a contraceptive security or reproductive health commodity security strategy or is        Yes
contraceptive security explicitly included in a country strategy?

  D1a. Strategy name                                                                                  RH Commodity Security Strate


  D1b. Years strategy covers                                                                          2010-2015


  D1c. Is the strategy formally approved by the Ministry?                                             Yes


  D1d. Is the contraceptive security strategy being implemented?                                      Yes


D2. Are any family planning commodities subject to duties, import taxes, or other fees?               Yes


     D2ai. If yes, for which method(s) are there duties, taxes, or fees?                              A 2% verification fee must be p
                                                                                                      drug imports, including contrace

     D2aii. For which sector(s) (public, NGO, commercial sector) are there duties, taxes, or          All
     fees?

  D2b. How much are the duties, taxes, or fees?                                                       2% FOB value


D3. Are there policies that affect the ability of the private sector (commercial sector or NGOs) No
to provide contraceptives? (e.g. price controls, distribution limitations, taxes/duties, advertising bans)

  D3a. Policy description


D4. Do policies or regulations exist that restrict who can dispense or sell particular                Yes
contraceptive methods?

  D4a. Name of contraceptive method 1                                                                 Injectables
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                             Uganda
     D4ai. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell     N/A
     method 1

     D4aii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell Drug shops cannot dispense in
     method 1

  D4b. Name of contraceptive method 2


     D4bi. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

     D4bii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 2

  D4c. Name of contraceptive method 3


     D4ci. Description of public sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

     D4cii. Description of private sector restriction regarding who is allowed to dispense or sell
     method 3

D5. Does the country have laws, regulations, or policies that make it difficult for the following
sub-populations to access effective family planning services?

  D5a. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services for unmarried           No
  women?

     D5ai. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for unmarried women


     D5aii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for unmarried women implemented?


  D5b. Laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning for young people?                No


     D5bi. Description of the rules or policies limiting access for young people


     D5bii. Are the rules/policies limiting access for young people implemented?


  D5c. Other laws/regulations/policies limiting access to family planning services?                  No


     D5ci. Specification of other policies limiting access


     D5cii. Are the other rules/policies limiting access implemented?
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                   Uganda
D6. Are there charges to the client in the public sector for family planning services or
commodities?

  D6a. Charges to client in public sector for family planning services?                    No


  D6b. Charges to client in public sector for family planning commodities?                 No


  D6c. If there are charges, are there exemptions for those who cannot afford to pay?      N/A


     D6ci. Description of exemptions


D7. Information in country's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)


  D7a. Year of Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
  (most recent actual PRSP on IMF's site (not progress or summary report)


  D7b. Is family planning or reproductive health a priority in the PRSP?                   Yes



  D7c. Is contraceptive security included in the PRSP?                                     No


  D7d. Is contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) included as an indicator in the PRSP?        No


  D7e. Are contraceptive supply indicators included in the PRSP?                           No


  D7f. Notes about the PRSP


D8. Inclusion of contraceptives in country's National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


  D8a. Is a combined oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                              Yes


  D8b. Is a progestin-only oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                        Yes


  D8c. Is a hormonal injection included on the NEML?                                       Yes


  D8d. Is a hormonal implant included on the NEML?                                         Yes


  D8e. Is an IUD included on the NEML?                                                     Yes
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                        Uganda
   D8f. Is a male condom included on the NEML?                                                  Yes


   D8g. Is a female condom included on the NEML?                                                Yes


   D8h. Is an emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pill included on the NEML?                  No


   D8i. Is any other contraceptive included on the NEML?                                        No Data


      D8ii. Name of other contraceptive on NEML                                                 No Data


D9. Year of National Essential Medicine List (NEML)


D10. Notes about the NEML                                                                       Emergency contraceptive oral h
                                                                                                listed as "pending".

E. Supply Chain (Capacity)
E1. Have stockouts occurred for any contraceptive at the central level in the last 12 months?   Yes

(The central level refers to the central level warehouse for the public sector.)
E2. In the last 12 months, has there ever been a stockout at the central level of any of the
following contraceptives?

   E2a. Combined oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?            Yes


   E2b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12 months?      No


   E2c. Hormonal injections stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                     No


   E2d. Hormonal implants stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                       Yes


   E2e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) stocked out at central level in last 12 months?             Yes


   E2f. Male condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                            No


   E2g. Female condoms stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          Yes


   E2h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills stocked out at central level in last 12     No Data
   months?
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  E2i. CycleBeads stocked out at central level in last 12 months?                          No Data


  E2j. Time period of stockout information                                                 January - December 2009


  E2k. Data source for stockout information                                                Periodic stock status reports fr
                                                                                           Medical Stores and Procureme
                                                                                           and Monitoring Report (PPMR)
E3. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the following levels?


  E3a. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the service delivery point level?   Yes


  E3b. Do you think stockouts are a serious problem at the central level?                  Yes


F. Overall comments about issues with contraceptive security                               Central level stock outs were ca
                                                                                           delays in donor shipments. Hig
                                                                                           demand and limited global supp
Region                                                                                     for long term methods caused t
                                                                                           Africa
                                                                                           outs. Facility level supply issue
                                                                                           to poor planning and ordering.
Year of Survey Data Collection



Notes: N/A = not applicable, No data = data not available
Commonly used acronyms include:
CPT - contraceptive procurement table, LMIS - logistics management information system, MOH - Ministry of Health, RHI - RHe
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                           Ukraine
A. Leadership and Coordination
A1. Is there a national committee that works on contraceptive security?                            Yes


  A1a. What is the name of the committee?                                                          National Committee for Implem
                                                                                                   the State Program "Reproductiv
                                                                                                   the Nation up to 2015" (SPRHN
A2. Are the following organizations represented on the committee?


  A2a. Are social marketing organizations on the committee?                                        No


    A2ai. Names of social marketing organizations on the committee


  A2b. Are NGOs on the committee? (e.g. service delivery, advocacy, Planned Parenthood afiliate,   Yes
  Marie Stopes afiliate, faith-based organizations)


    A2bi. Names of NGOs on the committee                                                           All-Ukrainian Federation of You
                                                                                                   All-Ukrainian Women's Society

  A2c. Are commercial sector organizations on the committee? (e.g. pharmacy associations,          No
  manufacturers)


    A2ci. Names of commercial sector organizations on the committee


  A2d. Are donors on the committee?                                                                Yes


    A2di. Names of donors on the committee                                                         USAID (represented by the staf
                                                                                                   Together for Health Project and
                                                                                                   Infant Health Project)
  A2e. Are UN agencies on the committee?                                                           Yes


    A2ei. Names of UN agencies on the committee                                                    UNFPA


  A2f. Are Ministry of Health units on the committee? (e.g. logistics, RH, FP, MCH, HIV/AIDS,      Yes
  pharmacy units)


    A2fi. Names of Ministry of Health units on the committee                                       MCH Department/RH Division, F
                                                                                                   Economic Department, Academ
                                                                                                   Science, National Academy of
  A2g. Is the Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee?                         Graduate Education
                                                                                                   No
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                       Ukraine
    A2gi. Specify Central Medical Store or Central Warehouse on the committee


  A2h. Is the Ministry of Finance or Ministry of Planning on the committee?                    No


    A2hi. Specify Ministry of Finance or Planning on the committee


A3. How many times did the committee meet during the last year? (Responses from                1-2 times
dropdown list choices: 0, 1-2, 3-5, or 6+)

A4. Does committee have legal status?                                                          Yes


A5. Is there a Contraceptive Security "champion"?                                              No


  A5a. "Champion's" organization


  A5b. "Champion's" job title


B. Finance and Procurement (Capital)
B2. Is there a health basket funding mechanism?                                                No


B3. Is there a government budget line item for the procurement of contraceptives?              Yes


B4. Were government funds spent on contraceptive procurement for the public sector in the      Yes
most recent complete fiscal year? (including internally generated funds, basket funds, World
Bank credits or loans, and other donor funds given to the government)
  B4a. Did the government spend internally generated funds for contraceptive procurement       Yes
  for the public sector (for example, from public sector sources, taxes, or user fees)?

     B4ai. What was the amount of internally generated funds spent on contraceptive            $
    procurement? (in US$)

    B4aii. Time period for internally generated funds   (mm/yy-mm/yy)                          1/09-12/09


    B4aiii. Data source for information on internally generated funds                          Ministry of Health of Ukraine, R
                                                                                               SPRHN implementation in 2008

    B4aiv. Comments regarding internally generated funds


  B4b. Did the government spend other government funds for contraceptive procurement (for No Data
  example, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, or other donor funds given to the
  government, such as from UNFPA, CIDA, DANIDA, etc.)?
  (This does NOT include in-kind donations.)
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    B4bi. Specify source(s) of funding from donors                                             No Data


     B4bii. What was the amount of these other government funds spent on contraceptive          No Data
    procurement for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4biii. Time period for these other government funds (mm/yy-mm/yy)                         1/09-12/09


    B4biv. Data source for information on these other government funds


    B4bv. Comments regarding these other government funds


   B4c. In total, how much funding did the government spend on contraceptive procurement        No Data
  for the public sector? (in US$)

    B4ci. auto-calculate. (It will sum internally generated funds and all other government
  This will Comments on total government funding                                               No data on complete total.
  funds.)

B5. In-kind donations
  B5a. Were in-kind donations of contraceptives provided for the public sector (including      Yes
  emergency supplies)?

    B5ai. Source(s) of in-kind donations                                                       USAID/Washington


    B5aii. What was the value of in-kind donations of contraceptives for the public sector? (in $
    US$)

    B5aiii. Time period for in-kind donations (mm/yy-mm/yy)                                    1/09-12/09


    B5aiv. Data source for information on in-kind donations                                    Records of HIV/AIDS Alliance a
                                                                                               projects supported by USAID

    B5av. Comments regarding in-kind donations


B6. Government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the public sector -          No Data
Of the total amount of financing spent on public sector contraceptives in the most recent
complete fiscal year, what percent was covered by government funding (including internally
generated funds, basket funds, World Bank credits or loans, and other funds given to the
government.)?

This will autocalculate -Total government funding (Question B4c) /
Grand total of all funding for public sector contraceptives (Questions B4c+B5)
  B6a. Comments about government share of spending on contraceptive procurement for the
  public sector
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Ukraine
B7. If the government is financing contraceptive procurement, which entity does procurement? The government (e.g., Central M
                                                                                             Stores, MOH logistics unit, MO
(responses from dropdown list choices)                                                       procurement unit)
   B7a. Specify entity that does procurement                                                 Ministry of Health at central lev
                                                                                             (MCH Department in collaborati
                                                                                             Procurement Department) and O
     B7ai. Is this procurement entity a parastatal?                                          Administrations (Oblast Health
                                                                                             Yes
                                                                                             in collaboration with Oblast FP/

B9. Comments about finance and procurement                                                                        The "Together for Health" (TfH)
                                                                                                                  funded by USAID continues wo
                                                                                                                  national (MOH) and local gover
C. Commodities                                                                                                    regions of Ukraine on implemen
C1. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in private sector facilities?                                 SPRHN, including related to the
                                                                                                                  procurement of contraceptives.
(Please indicate which methods are intended to be offered. This question is not asking whether the method is in   Government of Ukraine (GOU) c
stock.)                                                                                                           mobilize budgeted resources fo
                                                                                                                  procurement of contraceptives i
   C1a. Combined oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                        Yes
                                                                                                                  with the bulk of these resources
                                                                                                                  the local level budgets. As an e
                                                                                                                  $226,400 was spent from local
   C1b. Progestin-only oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                                  Yesparticipating regions versus
                                                                                                                  TfH
                                                                                                                  the national level budget. Howe
                                                                                                                  commitment to finance the SPR
   C1c. Hormonal injections offered in private sector facilities?                                                 Yes clear with a reported plan
                                                                                                                  is not
                                                                                                                  decrease in funds for contracep
                                                                                                                  procurement. TfH project suppo
   C1d. Hormonal implants offered in private sector facilities?                                                   No
                                                                                                                  USAID has limited ability to infl
                                                                                                                  GOU contraceptive procuremen
                                                                                                                  Regional councils that make de
   C1e. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) offered in private sector facilities?                                         funding of regional RH programs
                                                                                                                  Yes
                                                                                                                  reporting decreases in social an
                                                                                                                  budgets amidst other competin
   C1f. Male condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                        priorities (like HIV/AIDS, TB, pa
                                                                                                                  Yes
                                                                                                                  etc.) The ongoing economic cris
                                                                                                                  Ukraine severely resulted in sig
   C1g. Female condoms offered in private sector facilities?                                                      increases in prices for contrace
                                                                                                                  No
                                                                                                                  population. In addition, accordin
                                                                                                                  "Human Development: Eastern
                                                                                                                  Central Asia, December 2009",
   C1h. Emergency contraceptive oral hormonal pills offered in private sector facilities?                         Yes
                                                                                                                  wage arrears doubled and triple
                                                                                                                  the working hours for the popula
                                                                                                                  decreased, and unemployment
   C1i. Long-acting permanent method for males (e.g., vasectomy) offered in private sector                        Yes all resulted in a significantl
                                                                                                                  this
   facilities?                                                                                                    purchasing power of the popula

   C1j. Long-acting permanent method for females (e.g., tubal ligation) offered in private sector Yes
   facilities?

   C1k. CycleBeads offered in private sector facilities?                                                          No


   C1l. Specify other contraceptive(s) offered in private sector facilities                                       Vaginal ring, patch, spermicide
Contraceptive Security Indicator Questions 2010 - All Surveyed Countries                                          Ukraine
C2. Are the following contraceptive methods offered in public sector facilities?

(Please indicate which methods are intended to be of