family planning


This presentation provides an overview of using community engagement and referrals to increase access and use of long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) and permanent methods (PMs). 

Journal Article

This article discusses the provision of injectables though drug shops and the potential advantages of subcutaneous administration of DMPA over the current intramuscular approach.

Journal Article

This article affirms that private drug shops can effectively provide contraceptive methods, especially injectables, complementing government services in Uganda. 


This toolkit provides an overview of adolescent pregnancy, a Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health elearning course, tools, a comprehensive family planning and reproductive health database, and opportunities to share and connect. 

November 04, 2014

Today, FP2020 released its second annual progress report detailing progress and achievements made in the last year. This year, FP2020’s coordinated, forward-focused efforts have achieved measurable results, including bringing the total number of pledging countries up to 29. 


To increase access to and use of HIV testing and counseling (HTC), FHI 360 and the Uganda Ministry of Health developed an innovative model to add HTC services to the family planning services provided by government-endorsed community health workers, known as village health teams (VHTs), in two districts in Uganda. 

Through a grant awarded under Advancing Partners & Communities (APC), CCIH develops materials that contribute to the faith community’s body of evidence about universal access to family planning and provides technical support and capacity building regarding community-based family planning to faith groups in Uganda. The organization facilitates dialogue about family planning messaging, resources, and programming through interdenominational working groups and technical consultations, both in the United States and internationally.

Christian Connections for International Health (CCIH) promotes international health and wholeness from a Christian perspective. CCIH shares information and provides a forum for dialogue, networking, advocacy, and fellowship to the spectrum of Christian organizations and individuals working in international health.

Through a grant awarded under Advancing Partners & Communities (APC), World Vision increases access to and use of voluntary family planning services through the integration of healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies and family planning into the Starting Strong project in the Garba Tulla district in Kenya.

Through a grant awarded under Advancing Partners & Communities (APC), WellShare International advances CBA2I programming by scaling-up access to CBA2I services in Uganda through capacity building, training and mentoring, and sharing lessons learned with stakeholders. The project works closely with government officials to ensure country ownership and sustainability of activities.