P4O: Planning for Outcomes

Disclaimer: P4O is intended to help policy makers, family planning and HIV program planners, and other stakeholders understand the potential impact of a change in injectable contraceptive prevalence on pregnancy and HIV outcomes. As with any model, flawed or implausible assumptions ('Inputs Panel') can lead to flawed or implausible outputs ('Impact Panel'). As such, FHI 360 does not take responsibility for the use or misuse of P4O.
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User-specified pattern of methods

User-specified probabilities of pregnancy

Additional Assumption and Results

Modern Contraception Use Among All WRA (Note: South Sudan restricted to married women only)
Before Change

After Change

HIV Infections among Women of Reproductive Age Per Year
Yearly Probabilities of Pregnancy for Modern Contraceptive Methods (between 0 and 1)

For additional questions, please contact: Elena Lebetkin , Research Associate, Contraceptive Technology Innovation Department, or Douglas Taylor , Director, Biostatistics.

Last date of revision: 01/20/2021