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MPT Target Population Project Summary Report

September 2018

This report summarizes the target population mapping tool, which illustrates the total addressable market for MPTs, HIV prevalence, and contraceptive method mix in select African countries. This tool helps to identify the areas where MPTs could have the highest potential impact for public health. In doing so, future research can assist in clarifying the preferred product characteristics that will improve women’s adherence and uptake of MPT products.

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In this Report:
Health Risk(s):
  • HIV
  • Unintended Pregnancy
  • Product Type(s):
  • MPTs
  • Topic(s):
  • Product Introduction / Uptake
  • Social/Behavioral Context
  • Region(s):
  • Africa
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    The Initiative for Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (IMPT) is a project of CAMI Health, a social impact organization dedicated to improving the health of women and their families worldwide. CAMI Health is housed at the Public Health Institute (PHI).

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