Please see below a list of associated resources for the Inter-agency Reproductive Health Kits:
- Click here for a guide to the Inter-Agency Reproductive Health Kits.
- Click here for the volume and size details of each kit.
- Click here for spreadsheets calculating the statistics necessary to implement the MISP and relevant quantities for the RH kits.
- Inter-Agency Reproductive Health Kits for Crisis Situations (Fifth edition)
- Synopsis of the MISP
- RH Kits Shelving Instructional Video (available in English and in French)
- Six kits to be used at the community and primary health care level for 10,000 persons / 3 months, by service providers delivering RH care.
- The kits contain mainly medicines and disposable items. Kits 1, 2 and 3 are subdivided into parts A and B, which can be ordered separately.
Kit 0 Administration [Orange]
Kit 1 Condom (Part A is male condoms + Part B is female condoms) [Red]
- Part 1A: Male condoms
- Leaflets on use of male condoms, UNAIDS.
- Part 1B: Female condoms
- Leaflets on use of female condoms, Female Health Company.
Kit 2 Clean Delivery (Individual) (Part A + B) [Dark blue]
Kit 3 Post-Rape (Part A + B) [Pink]
- Part 3A: Basic treatment after rape, including treatment for children
- Part 3B: Post-exposure prophylaxis for HIV, including treatment for children
Kit 4 Oral and Injectable Contraception [White]
- Chapter 1 “Combined Oral Contraceptives,” Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/WHO, 2007.
- Chapter 2 “Progestin-Only Pills,” Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/WHO, 2007.
- Chapter 3 “Emergency Contraceptive Pills,” Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/WHO, 2007.
- Chapter 4 “Progestin-Only Injectables,” Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/WHO, 2007.
Kit 5 STI [Turquoise]
- Sexually transmitted and other reproductive tract infections: A guide to essential practice, WHO, 2005.
- Guidelines for the Management of Sexually Transmitted Infections, WHO, 2003.
- Sexually Transmitted Infections, syndromic diagnosis, treatment and follow-up (poster). Adapted from Guidelines for the Management of Sexually Transmitted Infections, WHO, 2003.
- Five kits to be used at the community and primary health care level for 30,000 persons / 3 month.
- The disposable and reusable items in these kits are intended for use by trained health care staff with additional midwifery and selected obstetric and neonatal skills at the health centre or hospital level.
Kit 6 Delivery (Health Facility) [Brown]
- Infection prevention: A reference booklet for health care providers. EngenderHealth, 2001.
- Management of women with pre-eclampsia and eclampsia: WHO recommendations for the use of Magnesium Sulphate at the primary health care level. Geneva, WHO, 2006.
Kit 7 IUD [Black]
Kit 8 Management of Complications of Abortion [Yellow]
- Client brochure, USAID.
- Post-procedure information for women. Adapted from Woman-centered postabortion care: Reference manual, Ipas, 2004.
- Performing Uterine Evacuation with the Ipas MVA Plus® Aspirator and Ipas EasyGrip® Cannulae: Instructional Booklet, Ipas, 2007.
- Manual vacuum aspiration . Extract from: Managing complications in pregnancy and childbirth: A Guide for Midwives and Doctors, WHO, 2000.
Kit 9 Suture of Tears (Cervical and vaginal) and Vaginal Examination [Purple]
Kit 10 Vacuum Extraction for Delivery (Manual) [Grey]
- Composed of two kits containing disposable and reusable supplies to provide comprehensive EmONC at the referral (surgical obstetrics) level.
- It is estimated that a hospital at this level covers a population of approximately 150,000 persons/ 3 months. Kit 11 has two parts, A and B, which are usually used together but which can be ordered separately.
Kit 11 Referral level for Reproductive health (Part A + B) [Fluorescent Green]
- Managing Complications in Pregnancy and Childbirth: A guide for midwives and doctors, WHO/UNFPA/UNICEF/World Bank, 2003.
Kit 12 Blood Transfusion [Dark Green]