Deputy Director , Expanding Effective Contraceptive Options (EECO)
Ashley Jackson is the Deputy Director of Expanding Effective Contraceptive Options (EECO), a global project funded by USAID. Led by WCG Cares in partnership with Population Services International (PSI) and other partners, EECO introduces new contraceptive product options with the potential to address unmet need for family planning. Before joining PSI in 2013, Ashley worked for EngenderHealth and Management Sciences for Health. She also lived in Benin as a Fulbright Fellow. Ashley holds an MSPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
The Expanding Effective Contraceptive Options (EECO) project is delighted to partner with Knowledge SUCCESS to bring you this curated collection of resources to guide the introduction of new contraceptive products.
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