The New Commodity Gap Analysis is now live! 

We are excited to announce the release of the new Commodity Gap Analysis (CGA). This edition draws on a wider range of data sources than ever before, and for the first time uses an innovative interactive format that lets readers assemble and analyze data in ways that meet their own needs. 

The CGA 2019 offers a more nuanced understanding of the current and future landscape of supplies funding by providing a more detailed picture of the role of subsidy within the private sector, projecting findings forward to 2030, and segmenting results to highlight fundamental differences in patterns of spending, use, and costs by country income level. CGA 2019 addresses several key questions:

Which countries are most vulnerable to cuts in donor funding?
Are the public and private sectors really interchangeable?
What proportion of private sector sales are actually subsidized products?  
Does the volume of contraceptive users ultimately determine which countries bear the largest cost burden for supplies? 
Which countries will see the greatest relative growth in contraceptive users between now and 2030?
In the next two months, CGA2019 will go from strength to strength. Users can look forward to:

An introductory video that walks readers through the user experience.
Additional materials including country fact sheets and printer-friendly versions of all data reports.
Optimizing the user-experience for smaller screens.
An interactive data annex to allow users to explore results across countries.
A series of tailored webinars to serve a wide range of interests.
Webinar: Register for an introductory webinar on 14 August 2019: What is the CGA2019 and how can it help me?

* This artcile was taken directly from the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition 

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