Community-Based Access to Injectable Contraceptives (CBA2I): Select Resources
November 2018 — Community-based access to injectable contraceptives (CBA2I) is an important strategy for addressing the reproductive health needs of women and couples wishing to limit or space pregnancies.
The following materials aim to help stakeholders effectively implement CBA2I programs. The implementation handbook is a step-by-step guide for introducing injectable contraceptives into an existing community-based distribution program. The other three resources are tools that can be adapted for country-specific needs. Contact CBA2I@fhi360.org to request source files for adaptation.
- Community Health Worker Provision of Injectable Contraception: An Implementation Handbook (updated 2018)
- Community Health Worker Job Aids Booklet
- Community Health Worker Counseling Tool for Family Planning
- User Guide — Community Health Worker Counseling Tool for Family Planning
Monitoring and evaluation resources
The following materials aim to help stakeholders effectively monitor and evaluate community-based distribution, as well as advocate for buy-in and change in policy and programs, including piloting, implementing and scaling up programs.
- Guidance for Monitoring and Evaluation of Community-Based Access to Injectable Contraception
- Guidance for Monitoring and Evaluation of Community-Based Access to Injectable Contraception: executive summary
- Country case studies on monitoring and evaluation of CBA2I