Tracy Orr is a Senior Technical Officer at FHI 360, where she focuses on applying research to policy and practice. Her areas of expertise include policy advocacy, stakeholder engagement, community-based and private sector family planning, and gender integration. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in African and American Studies and Psychology as well as a Master’s in public health, both from the University of Michigan.
Donors and a small group of implementing partners are working to understand how to best support and involve drug shops as safe and reliable family planning providers. Expanding the broader community of family planning professionals’ ...
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