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The FP2030 Advocacy and Accountability Framework

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FP2030 is a global partnership for family planning. Building on the successes and lessons of FP2020, the family planning community is embarking on a new decade of progress. The FP2030 partnership will preserve and expand on the best of FP2020 but shift the balance of power so that countries are in the lead, decision-making is […]

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resources / Guttmacher Institute

Interactive Tool: Estimates the Benefits of Investing in Family Planning in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

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The Guttmacher Institute is pleased to announce the release of the Family Planning Investment Impact Calculator, an interactive tool designed to help advocates, donors and governments estimate the benefits that would accrue from investing in family planning programs and services in low and middle-income countries (LMICs).This tool offers a new way to showcase how access […]

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Webinar Recording: How Can SBC Programming Address Equity and Social Determinants of Health Considerations in FP/RH?

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This webinar presented on April 26, 2022, focused on how social and behavior change programming is well suited to addressing equity and social determinants of health in family planning/reproductive health. It also explored how to apply these to efforts for social and structural change pertaining to contraceptive autonomy and reproductive empowerment. Presentations featured the voices and […]

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resources / Global Health Media

Family Planning & Contraception Training Videos

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Global Health Media Project is pleased to present their entire set of family planning videos. There are 34 videos for health workers and 20 videos for women and their partners. In addition, there are 9 “teaching shorts”, which capture the key steps in the skills videos. The videos present up-to-date standards (2022) on these important […]

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resources / PRB

Stopping v. Switching: Factors Behind Contraceptive Decision-Making Factsheet

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The PRB have released a new factsheet on contraceptive decision making exploring what factors can can help us predict which women are at risk of stopping contraceptive use while in need of contraceptives. Women who stop using a contraceptive method usually do so within the first two years, and more than one third quit within […]

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Choices and Challenges: Trends in Women’s Contraceptive Uptake, Discontinuation, and Method Switching.

The PACE Project by the Population Reference Bureau (PRB) is delighted to announce an exciting update of our Choices and Challenges tool, which highlights trends in women’s contraceptive uptake, discontinuation, and method-switching by age group, as well as reasons for discontinuation and related reproductive outcomes, in an accessible, user-friendly format. Our 2022 update now includes […]

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resources / HIP - High Impact Planning

Contraceptive Method Introduction to Expand Choice

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This Strategic Planning Guide is intended to lead program managers, planners, national policy makers, and other stakeholders through a strategic process to coordinate the introduction of contraceptive methods through public and private access channels. The guide was developed through consultation with technical experts and summarizes guidance from key resources for method introduction. It provides an […]

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resources / American Journal of Preventative Medicine

Long-Acting Reversible Contraception, Condom Use, and Sexually Transmitted Infections: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Introduction Given mixed findings regarding the relationship between long-acting reversible contraception and condom use, this systematic review and meta-analysis synthesizes studies comparing sexually transmitted infection‒related outcomes between users of long-acting reversible contraception (intrauterine devices, implants) and users of moderately effective contraceptive methods (oral contraceptives, injectables, patches, rings). Methods MEDLINE, Embase, PsycINFO, Global Health, CINAHL, Cochrane […]

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