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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.

IBP COVID-19 and Family Planning/Reproductive Health Task Team Interactive Map: Each data point on this interactive map tells a story of creative solutions in family planning during the pandemic.

Research and Learning Agendas

Global Research and Learning Agenda: Building Evidence on Contraceptive-Induced Menstrual Changes for Research, Product Development, Policies, and Programs Globally

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.

Scale-Up

Round-Up for Scale-up: A Collection of Tools Created by Members of the Systematic Scale-up of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Best Practices Community of Practice

Briefs

R4S Project Overview
R4S Project Brief (English)

R4S Project Brief (French)

Family planning High Impact Practices (HIPs)-Related Briefs
Indicators currently in use to monitor high impact practices in family planning: a multi-country landscaping assessment (1 of 4)
Indicators currently in use to monitor high impact practices in family planning: Community-focused practices (2 of 4)
Indicators currently in use to monitor high impact practices in family planning: Facility-based practices (3 of 4)
Indicators currently in use to monitor high impact practices in family planning: Private sector practices (4 of 4)
COVID-19 and Family Planning Assessment and Measurement Briefs
Rapid assessment of COVID-19 impact on family planning in Nepal and Africa
Documenting the Effects of COVID-19 on Family Planning Access and Use with Standardized Questions (French)
Documenting the Effects of COVID-19 on Family Planning Access and Use with Standardized Questions (English)
COVID-19 AdapTation Briefs
SERVING SARA DURING
THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Lessons Learned in PSI Family Planning Programs
(Executive Summary)
Serving Youth Family Planning Needs During a Pandemic: Adolescents 360 COVID-19 Adaptations Brief
Maintaining Equity in Family Planning During a Pandemic: DESIP Programme COVID-19 Adaptations Brief
Launching a Family Planning Project During a Pandemic: DISC Project COVID-19 Adaptations Brief
Serving Consumer Family Planning Needs During a Pandemic: Social Enterprise India COVID-19 Adaptations Brief
Innovating to Safely Serve Family Planning Clients During a Pandemic: Social Enterprise Uganda COVID-19 Adaptations Brief
Maintaining Equity in Family Planning During a Pandemic: Strengthening Access to ASRH Services During COVID-19
Maintaining Quality Family Planning Services During a Pandemic: Afya Uzazi Programme COVID-19 Adaptations Brief
Maintaining Demand for and Access to Family Planning During a Pandemic: Mhuri/Imuli Project COVID-19 Adaptations Brief
Equity in family planning Briefs
Measuring Equity in Familly Planning: Considerations from the Literature
An Illustrative Case Study in Measuring Equity in Family Planning
adolescent sexual and reproductive health briefs
Adolescent and Youth Family Planning and Reprodutive Health: Landscape Analysis in Nepal (Summary Report)
Adolescent and Youth Family Planning and Reprodutive Health: Landscape Analysis in Nepal (Full Report)
Digital for family planning briefs
So Many Tools;
How to Choose?
Results from a Content Analysis of Family Planning Digital Platforms
(Summary Brief)
So Many Tools;
How to Choose?
Results from a Content Analysis of Family Planning Digital Platforms
(Full Report)
Quality Assessment Checklist for Client-facing Family Planning Content in Digital Tools
Evaluating the Impact of Digital Self-care on Contraceptive
Uptake & Continuation in Madhya Pradesh, India

Infographics

Interest in Self-Care Among Youth: Healthy Transitions for Nepali Youth Project Endline Survey
Interest in Family Planning Self-Care Among
Married/Partnered Youth in Uganda

Webinars

“Digital Training Approaches for Family Planning Providers: Emerging Evidence and Resources”

USAID, FHI 360, Society for Family Health, PSI, and Jhpeigo, as well as hormonal IUD manufacturers Bayer and Medicines360, presented: • An overview of the need for digital training solutions for FP providers • Results from a recent study evaluating the feasibility and acceptability of a hybrid digital approach to train providers on the hormonal IUD in Nigeria • An overview of other online training resources for FP providers with a focus on resources to support hormonal IUD introduction to expand contraceptive choice. Slides and more resources available here. June 2, 2022.
[Click the image above for the Zoom video recording link] “Under the Hood: How to Optimize the Content of Digital Tools for Family Planning” brought together panelists from FHI 360, Media Health and Rights Initiative of Nigeria, YLabs, and MSI Reproductive Choices to speak about the results of the R4S content analysis of FP digital platforms. April 7, 2022. Find the slides here.
“Advancing Equity to Support UHC: Tools and Approaches for #NextGenFP”
FHI 360 and R4S hosted this side session to the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) #NotWithoutFP​ virtual forum explores questions of equity in family planning program. The session also introduces tools and approaches that support a vision for #NextGenFP​ that is as inclusive as possible. More info here. February 3, 2021.
“Tracking and Visualizing Family Planning and COVID-19 Adaptations” by WHO/IBP Network, Knowledge SUCCESS, and R4S launching an interactive map that visualizes diverse adaptations. January 28, 2021.

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.

CIMC Meeting Day 1
CIMC Meeting Day 2

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