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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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Contraceptive Services in Humanitarian Settings and in the Humanitarian-Development Nexus

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The Women’s Refugee Commission completed a landscaping assessment from 2018–2020 to evaluate and build the evidence base on barriers, opportunities, and effective strategies to provide contraceptive services to women and girls affected by crises. Despite some progress made toward making contraceptives available in humanitarian settings, contraceptive service provision continues to be a gap in humanitarian […]

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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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Connecting the Dots Between Evidence and Experience: Impact of COVID-19 on Family Planning in Africa and Asia

Knowledge Success have release new interactive data charts exploring the question: COVID-19 was expected to have devastating impacts on family planning. Did it?  Connecting the Dots between Evidence and Experience is a new series that combines the latest evidence with implementation experiences to help technical advisors and program managers understand emerging trends in family planning and […]

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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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A cross-sectional study on Family Planning factors during COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh

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Prevalence and factors associated with family planning during COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional study The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted health systems worldwide, including Bangladesh, limiting access to family planning information (FP) and services. This study examined the socioeconomic, demographic, and other critical factors linked to the use of FP in the studied areas […]

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resources / Global Health: Science and Practise

Leveraging the Client-Provider Interaction to Address Contraceptive Discontinuation: A Scoping Review of the Evidence That Links Them

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This article was written by Kendal Danna, Alexandra Angel, Jamee Kuznicki, Laetitia Lemoine, Klaira Lerma and Amanda Kalamar and published in Global Health: Science and Practice. Abstract Despite considerable investment and effort, unmet need for contraception remains an obstacle to improved family planning outcomes. One influencing factor is the frequency of contraceptive discontinuation among users who desire to prevent pregnancy, often […]

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Condoms and Family Planning: 20 Essential resources

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This article was originally published on Knowledgesuccess.org, by Kirsten Krueger, Reana Thomas, and Hannah Webster. Why we created a collection on condoms and family planning As recent-day family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) efforts place greater emphasis on innovation, it is important to remember the value of evidence-based family planning tools that have been effective […]

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