The systematic tracking of contraceptive security (CS) indicators can be an effective way for in-country stakeholders to regularly monitor their country’s CS status to inform decision making, advocacy, and program planning. It also provides an opportunity for stakeholders to look at trends across countries related to the five component areas measured: leadership and coordination, finance and procurement, commodities, policies, and supply chain.
CS Indicators monitor the current CS status in countries, focusing on areas of financing and procurement, commodities offered, policies, coordination, and the supply chain. Data has been collected annually since 2009 from 35-47 countries. To review complete information regarding USAID | DELIVER PROJECT’S research, please visit http://deliver.jsi.com/dhome/whatwedo/commsecurity/csmeasuring.
Click the Learn More icon below to download (in Excel format) the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT most recent annual data collection of Contraceptive Security Indicators for Guinea.