SEMA Reproductive Health (Shaping Equitable Market Acces)

Baobab Institute Founder and President Pape Gaye has been supporting the establishment of SEMA a new initiative focused on supporting participating countries to adopt a market approach to Reproductive Health Supplies.
Gaye has been part of the Steering Committee and is also the Co-Chair of the Technical Oversight Committee. Also in collaboration with Gamo Tounkara from Baobab Institute’s strategic partner GRAG ( Global Research and Advocacy Group) Gaye is serving as focal point for Senegal and Burkina working with Ministries of Health and implementing parthers ( CHAI and RESADE) to introduce and kick off SEMA in those two countries.
The first cross-country workshop was held in Dakar from Oct.11-13 and was attended by participants from SEMA’s Global Team and participants from Senegal, Burkina Faso and Nigeria the current priority countries
Visit SEMA’s website to learn more about this innovative mechanism to ensure availability and sustainability of RH supplies