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Date: 04/10/2017
Source: The Pace Project
Type: Toolkits
More countries are decentralizing key government functions, shifting responsibility for policy, fiscal, and administrative decisions to subnational and local agencies. PACE has created a Subnational Toolkit—a catalog of resources to help guide advocates in communicating to local officials who may have limited understanding of family planning (FP) and its relevance to broader development...
Date: 03/09/2017
Source: Reproductive Health
Type: Publications
An essential, but often overlooked part of health promotion and development support to achieve self-sufficiency in developingcountries is the concomitant need to build and strengthen research capacity. This is even more challenging and critical in thearea of sexual and reproductive health because of diverse interplay of socio cultural, religious, economic factors in relation toreproductive health...
Date: 11/07/2016
Type: Publications
From 2006–2012, Honduras made significant progress in access to family planning (FP) for its population, increasing the modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) from 56–64 percent among married/in-union women. Female sterilization remains the predominant FP method; however, injectable and oral contraceptives account for a combined 46 percent of all modern contraceptive use. Despite this...
Date: 09/08/2016
Source: USAID
Type: Publications
For the past 5 decades, the Honduran Government and private sector organizations prioritized family planning programs as a way to reduce high maternal and child mortality, promote healthier pregnancies and births, and respond to individuals’ and couples’ desires to plan and space their children. Overview Honduras was one of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) earliest family...
Date: 03/28/2016
Source: Guttmacher Institute
Type: Publications
Women younger than 25 have higher rates of contraceptive failure than their older counterparts. In the most comprehensive study to date of contraceptive failure rates in the developing world, researchers found that overall, failure rates are lowest for users of longer-acting contraceptive methods (IUDs, implants or injectables), intermediate for users of shorter-acting methods (oral contraceptive...
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