top of page

Optimizing supply chains to empower women's choices

AMI photos (2).png


AMI photos (1).png

76 M

Every year, there are 111 million unwanted pregnancies in low and middle income countries.

Meeting all contraceptive needs would prevent 76 million of these unwanted pregnancies every year.

AMI photos.png


Families' access to family planning in low- and middle-income countries is low, with about 25% of facilities in sub-Saharan Africa being stocked-out.

76 M (4).png


We support countries in improving the procurement and distribution of family planning commodities to meet existing demand.

Allowing women access to the desired family planning commodities leads to:

Empowering women to achieve their reproductive and birth spacing goals, greatly improving autonomy and subjective well-being.

Averting maternal deaths, unsafe abortions, and conditions such as obstetric fistula and postpartum depression.

Economic benefits for the whole family by enabling women to complete their education and join the labour force if they wish, and by lowering health expenses.


We graduated from Charity Entrepreneurship’s Incubation Program in late April 2024, and received a seed grant to start the Access to Medicines Initiative.

AMI photos.jpg


We are grateful for your support. Please sign up to our newsletter:

or use our contact form below to get in touch.

Thanks for submitting!

bottom of page