An innovative tool for measuring the impact of reproductive health programmes
The newly updated version of Impact 2 (released July 2013) includes exciting new features, and updated data sources. It has also been redesigned based on feedback from users of the tool to make it easier to obain and interpret results.
Impact 2 enables you to estimate your past, current and future contributions to national family planning use, contraceptive prevalence, and safe abortion or post-abortion care (PAC) services nationally. In addition, Impact 2 can be used to estimate the wider health, demographic, and economic impacts of these services.
Find out more about the updated Impact 2, and scroll down to download the new version of the model.
Additional supporting materials:
- short overview presentation (15-minute)
- in depth presentation (60-min)
- recorded training session (60-min)
- methodology paper
- understanding and using Impact 2 results handout
- estimating your contribution to increasing CPR, a step-by-step guide
- additional guides to be available soon.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Results from this updated version of Impact 2 cannot be compared to results from previous versions of the model due to changes in data and methodology. We encourage you to use the updated version (July 2013), and recalculate all past and future results based on this version of Impact 2.
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Terms and Conditions
Impact 2 has been created and copyrighted by Marie Stopes International (MSI). The model has been developed to assist the health and development sectors to estimate the impact of reproductive health interventions. We hope this will be widely used and therefore it is free and publically available for non-commercial use. Commercial use and modifications of the tool are prohibited without prior written consent from MSI.
Any results from the model must be cited with "Impact 2, Marie Stopes International, 2013" as the source. In addition, results must be presented as estimates only. While MSI has taken all reasonable measures to ensure all calculations and information in the model are correct, MSI takes no responsibility for results obtained by other users.