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Inter-agency Reproductive Health Kits, Fifth Edition


To implement the service delivery components of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) on Sexual ad Reproductive Health (SRH), the Inter-agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises designed a set of kits containing medicines and other commodities aimed at facilitating the implementation of these priority SRH services. These kits are called the Inter-Agency Reproductive Health Kits, or RH Kits for short.

The RH Kits are designed for use at the onset of the humanitarian response, even in the most conflict-affected and resource-poor settings. Specifically, none of the equipment in the RH Kits depends on electricity. The supplies contained in the RH Kits are calculated to be sufficient for a three-month period for the population size covered by the health facility level targeted by each RH Kits.

Through 2018, there are 13 RH Kits, divided into 3 sets; each set targets a different health service delivery level, with their respective population coverage.