K4Health Toolkits are electronic collections of carefully selected information resources on a particular topic for health policy makers, program managers, and service providers. They are based on a continuous publishing principle that allows them to evolve after publication to capture additional resources and to identify and fill remaining information gaps.
This toolkit contains resources to help advocates, policy makers, program managers, service providers, and other audiences improve access to and quality of community-based access to injectables services.
The Community-Based Access to Injectable Contraceptives Toolkit is a collaborative effort among FHI and the U.S. Agency for International Development. Individuals from other organizations also contributed their experience and expertise to review the toolkit and ensure its relevance and usefulness.
Resources selected for inclusion in this toolkit were published by organizations working throughout the world to promote evidence-based best practices and improve the delivery of community-based access to injectables (CBA2I). A list of these organizations and the resources they have contributed can be found in the Partners tab.
This toolkit is not a comprehensive library of all existing materials on CBA2I but is rather a strategic package of resources to guide program managers at implementing organizations, advocates, and decision makers through the processes of piloting, implementing, and scaling up CBA2I programs and advocating for policy change. These resources include:
To browse the content of this toolkit, use the navigation tabs above to view resources related to key topics. Each tab includes strategic resources, further organized by sub-topic. Click on the title of the resource for more information about it, or click on the full-text link to get direct access to the full resource. Some of the tools are readily available in an adaptable format (for example, Microsoft Word documents and PowerPoint presentations). We encourage you to alter and personalize these tools for your own use. (Please remember to credit the source). If you do use these tools or adapt them, we would love to hear from you. Please by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invite you to contribute to evolving and enhancing this toolkit. If you have developed or use quality resources that you think should be included in this toolkit, please share your suggestions by emailing us at email@example.com. The toolkit collaborators will review and consider your suggestions.