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===What to Get & Where to Get It===
 
===What to Get & Where to Get It===
  
* Private sector pharmacies are one of the most common ways to access contraception in Kinshasa.<ref name=":0" /> There are an estimated 5000 small pharmacies and informal drug stores (known as ligablos) in Kinshasa, according to a 2017 report.<ref name=":0" />
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* Private sector pharmacies are one of the most common ways to access contraception in Kinshasa.<ref name=":0" /> There are an estimated 5000 small pharmacies and informal drug stores (known as ligablos) in KInshasa, according to a 2017 report.<ref name=":0" />
 
* [https://mariestopes.org/where-we-work/democratic-republic-of-the-congo/ Marie Stopes - The Democratic Republic of Congo]: "Marie Stopes DRC has begun its mission to expand access to quality family planning for Congolese women in the capital Kinshasa and the neighbouring province of Tshopo, with the aim to expand to further provinces as the programme grows. Services are initially focused on mobile outreach, with teams of midwives and nurses travelling by road and river to bring contraception to women in remote areas and urban slums. The programme also provides services through a network of MS Ladies, trained healthcare providers (usually nurses, midwives or community health workers) who work within the local community to increase access to high quality family planning services and advice." Address: Marie Stopes DRC, Consession Safricas, Rue Sergent Moke n° 14, Quartier, Socimat, Commune Ngaliema,, Kinshasa. Phone: +243 82 899 72 25
 
* [https://mariestopes.org/where-we-work/democratic-republic-of-the-congo/ Marie Stopes - The Democratic Republic of Congo]: "Marie Stopes DRC has begun its mission to expand access to quality family planning for Congolese women in the capital Kinshasa and the neighbouring province of Tshopo, with the aim to expand to further provinces as the programme grows. Services are initially focused on mobile outreach, with teams of midwives and nurses travelling by road and river to bring contraception to women in remote areas and urban slums. The programme also provides services through a network of MS Ladies, trained healthcare providers (usually nurses, midwives or community health workers) who work within the local community to increase access to high quality family planning services and advice." Address: Marie Stopes DRC, Consession Safricas, Rue Sergent Moke n° 14, Quartier, Socimat, Commune Ngaliema,, Kinshasa. Phone: +243 82 899 72 25
 
* [https://www.dktinternational.org/country-programs/democratic-republic-of-congo/ DKT International - The Democratic Republic of Congo]: They distribute condoms and other forms of contraception, train health care providers, and conduct outreach in clinics. Call +243 971 014 205. Email: info@dkt-rdc.org.
 
* [https://www.dktinternational.org/country-programs/democratic-republic-of-congo/ DKT International - The Democratic Republic of Congo]: They distribute condoms and other forms of contraception, train health care providers, and conduct outreach in clinics. Call +243 971 014 205. Email: info@dkt-rdc.org.

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