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Question 1 of 6
The private sector can vary greatly from city to city and from country to country. During expansion to new geographies, a critical first step in engaging the private sector is to map private-sector providers, learn who is likely to serve the poor and assess their knowledge and skills and factors that motivate them.
Question 2 of 6
What are the benefits of expanding the role of the private sector to provide family planning services?
Question 3 of 6
What are some strategies that can be used to help engage with the private sector to expand access to family planning?
Question 4 of 6
Private providers may not see a need to include family planning. Therefore, it is important to consider ways to increase the motivation of private providers, including incentives to provide family planning at low cost to the poor, for example, by giving private providers free contraceptives.
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How do you intend to use the information reviewed and/or tools that you accessed?
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