Turkey: Scaling Up Nationwide Access to Integrated Family Planning through the Turkish Social Insurance Organization (SSK)

Download this publicationThis case study, developed as part of JSI's Best Practices in Scaling Up series, reviews the successful introduction and expansion of family planning services through the Turkish government's social services agency, SSK. The paper maps out the results and sustainability of the program as well as the process used to introduce and scale up services, including contraceptive security, collaboration and quality assurance. Also included are highlights of what JSI staff learned along the way as scale up processes were implemented. Also included in the series is an Introduction to scale up as well as case studies from Guatemala, Nepal, Romania, Uganda, Zambia, and the DELIVER project. Nancy Pendarvis Harris, Nilgun Kircalioglu, Diane Hedgecock, John Snow, Inc., 2007.

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