Jennifer Drake has nearly 18 years of experience in global women’s health, with expertise in self-care options for sexual and reproductive health and rights, new contraceptive product introduction, and total market approaches for family planning. As Sexual and Reproductive Health Team Lead at PATH, Jen oversees a global team advancing innovations for sexual and reproductive health equity across countries in Africa and Asia. She holds an MPH from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
This collection includes a mix of resources categorized into several topics, including: conceptual framework, normative guidance, policy advocacy, etc. Each entry comes with a short summary and statement on why it is essential. We hope ...
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