Delivering High-Quality Family Planning Services in Crisis-Affected Settings I: Program Implementation

This 11 page article uses evidence from CARE's SAFPAC Project to prove that extending access to a wide variety of contraceptive methods, including long-acting reversible methods, is feasible in crisis-affected countries by focusing on best practices such as competency-based training, supply chain support, systematic supervision, and community mobilization. Prudent use of data helps drive program improvements.