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Innovative Pathways to Build Providers Skills in Humanitarian Settings

A significant component of Save the Children US’ Reproductive Health in Emergencies Initiative is to build the capacity of clinical staff to deliver quality family planning and postabortion care services. Our programs provide strong evidence that health providers can successfully build clinical skills in humanitarian settings. Between 2011 and June 2018, we have trained nearly 500 providers in 10 countries who have provided services to 321,645 new family planning clients and managed 28,622 PAC cases.

Published 2019-06-27

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