Member Country Resources

  • Guidelines: National contraception, fertility planning policy of South Africa

    In February 2014, South Africa began rolling out its latest contraception and family planning guidelines. These guidelines replace previous documents issued in 2001 and 2003. The country’s new guidelines include expanded contraception options, introducing the long-acting hormonal contraceptive implant Implanon Nxt.The guidelines also seek to increase demand for other previously available but unpopular contraceptive choices

  • Report: Spotlight on Vasectomy Access and Uptake in South Africa

    This report represents exploratory consultative work in the area of vasectomy awareness, uptake and provision in South Africa and seeks to strengthen a regional discussion on shared contraceptive responsibility as a gender transformative approach. In response to the need to further explore vasectomy as a viable contraceptive option for South African men and their partners,

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