Together for MPTs



Collaboration is the most effective path to broad social impact. Working together across sectors, disciplines, funding and research silos and public private divides is a smart and efficient way to share findings and expertise to reduce redundancies and maximize impact.

We coordinate convenings to share research, best practices and align agendas. And we serve as the Coordinator of the Initiative for Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (IMPT) a coalition of researchers, biotech developers, advocates and providers working to promote innovative prevention strategies that enhance reproductive and sexual health in the U.S. and the globe.

We take collaboration to the next level by leading collective impact collaborations. Rather than relying on the patchwork results of multiple organizations working on their own towards the same ends, Collective Impact Collaborations work to harness the collective expertise and streamline and coordinate efforts across sectors in order to maximize investment, reduce redundancy and more swiftly bring about change. In our case, the social impact is the creation and dissemination of MPTs and the resulting reduction in unintended pregnancy, HIV and other STIs and their resulting complications.

Read more about collective impact strategies and the IMPT.


Read the 2015 IMPT Annual Report highlighting the Initiative’s recent accomplishments.
Assessing the Potential of MPTs in South Africa, Uganda and Nigeria by Ipsos Healthcare and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Read the reports and view the presentation and recording from the live webinar that discusses this research.
Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs): Innovation to Protect Women’s Reproductive Health in South AfricaCheck out the new Factsheet and Messaging Framework developed by the IMPT working group in South Africa.
If you missed the MPT Manufacturing Issues webinar, the presentations and a recording of the webinar are available on demand. Click here to learn more.


Spread the news about life-saving MPTs with your colleagues and networks.
Click here to access MPT fact sheets, PowerPoint slides, meeting reports and other resources.


If you work in reproductive health, product development or another related field, join the IMPT and move the research, policy, funding and education efforts forward to save lives.


Your financial and in-kind support can accelerate MPT education, research and introduction.