Capturing Adaptations to Family Planning Programming During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Interactive site with adaptations from India, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, and Zimbabwe
Locally Driven Country Research + Learning Agendas for Family Planning: Interactive site with research and learning agenda themes, key takeaways, and country-specific information from Côte d’Ivoire, Nepal, Niger, Malawi, Mozambique, and Uganda.
Research and Learning Agendas
Global Research and Learning Agenda: Building Evidence on Contraceptive-Induced Menstrual Changes for Research, Product Development, Policies, and Programs Globally
R4S Project Overview
Family planning High Impact Practices (HIPs)-Related Briefs
COVID-19 and Family Planning Assessment and Measurement Briefs
COVID-19 AdapTation Briefs
Equity in family planning Briefs
adolescent sexual and reproductive health briefs
Digital for family planning briefs
CONTRACEPTIVE-INDUCED MENSTRUAL CHANGES can impact users’ lives in both positive and negative ways. This two-day meeting on November 17 and 18, 2020 was coordinated by FHI 360 through the Envision FP and Research for Scalable Solutions (R4S) projects with support from the U.S. Agency for International Development. The event convened experts in the fields of family planning and menstrual health to review evidence around contraceptive-induced menstrual changes, with a focus on user perspectives and experiences across the life course. Find the videos from the meeting below. Access the slides here: Day 1, Day 2. A written question and answer document from our panelists can be found here.