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TANZANIA: Partnership Increases Contraceptive Access

Tanzania Daily News on 7 April published an op-ed lauding a milestone partnership between Bayer HealthCare, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, the Governments of Norway, the United Kingdom, the United States and Sweden, the Children's Investment Fund Foundation and the United Nations Population Fund that will provide millions of women in developing countries with improved contraceptive access and options. Through this agreement, Bayer HealthCare is providing its long-acting, reversible contraceptive implant, Jadelle, to millions of women in developing countries over the next six years, at a more than 50 per cent discount - at US$8.50 per unit, rather US$18.

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