This toolkit shares evidence-based advocacy guidance and tools to add family planning to the voices of existing advocacy networks, enable leaders at all levels in low- and middle-income countries to advocate for family planning, and grow family planning champions for sustainable organizations.
This journal article discusses how Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data could potentially inform optimal strategies to reach women having unmet need with contraceptive services through integrated service delivery. The analysis has the potential to provide program managers with an evidence-based road map indicating which service-delivery platforms offer the greatest potential to reach the largest number of women with unmet need for contraception.
This article retrospectively analyzes the scale-up of adolescent-friendly contraceptive services in five countries and draws lessons learned to inform implementation and sustainable scale-up of HIV and other services for adolescents.
This video is of a session at the Center for Strategic and International Studies on June 24, 2014, where Dr. Daniel Gobgab of the Christian Health Association of Nigeria and Dr. Tonny Tumwesigye of the Uganda Protestant Medical Bureau discussed how their organizations are working with faith communities to increase family planning use for improved maternal and child health.
This fact sheet outlines the crucial role frontline health workers play in increasing contraceptive use in their communities by providing data and using several success stories to illustrate accomplishments.
This pocket card, created with input from the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) Men’s and Women’s Sectors, is designed to build support for a gender-integrated microbicides roll out among both community members and policy makers.
This annual report shares how DKT International provided 23.6 million couple years of
protection, preventing an estimated 8 million unwanted pregnancies. DKT International also started new programs in Myanmar and Tanzania now working in 19 countries that account for 60% of the world’s population.