MPTs Will Deliver Broad Social Impacts to Improve Health, Education,
and the Economic Status of Women and Families
MPTS Combine Prevention

MPTs are sexual and reproductive health products in development that can simultaneously prevent unplanned pregnancy, HIV and other STIs. This infographic illustrates the sheer array of health and social benefits of MPTs.

MPTs Combine Prevention

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The Initiative for Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (IMPT) is a project of CAMI Health, an organization dedicated to advancing the comprehensive sexual and reproductive health of women and girls worldwide. CAMI Health is housed at the Public Health Institute (PHI).

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