Digital Health Compendium

Harnessing the Power of Digital Health Technology for Family Planning and Reproductive Health

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What Is Digital Health?


Target Users: WHO classifies digital health interventions based on four categories of intended users.  Learn more about WHO’s Classification of Digital Health Interventions.

Enabling Environment Building Blocks: The digital health enabling environment consists of interrelated building blocks that support a robust national digital health ecosystem and the individual applications and systems that work within it. Learn more in the National eHealth Strategy Toolkit from WHO and the International Telecommunications Union.

Family Planning Program Classification: Digital health applications in family planning programs can be broadly classified as those affecting demand generation, service delivery, supply chain management, and the policy and enabling environment.

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The WHO Family Planning Reference App built on OpenSRP

Easy-to-adapt family planning reference application, built to support frontline health workers working in family planning

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Serving governments to improve the availability of life saving drugs and supplies in public health facilities

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Family Planning Plus: Community-based family planning system for Community Health Workers and Supervisors in Tanzania

Community-based family planning system, with multiple implementations, which supports community health workers and supervisors who provide family planning services in the community. This system follows the Balanced Counseling Strategy Plus and Tanzania guidelines.

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CommCare Informed Push Model System

An innovative distribution system addressing supply chain obstacles through direct regional-to-facility delivery of contraceptives and use of private sector logistics operators

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