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Date: 10/31/2016
Source: Family Planning High Impact Practices
Type: Govt. Strategies, Plans, and Documents
This new HIP brief describes the evidence on and experience with community group engagement (CGE) interventions that aim to foster healthy sexual and reproductive health (SRH) behaviors. The distinguishing characteristic of CGE interventions from other social and behavior change (SBC) interventions is that they work with and through community groups to influence individual behaviors and/or social...
Date: 05/27/2016
Source: PATH
Type: Newsletters
Over 90,000 new contraceptive users reached       As access to Sayana Press expands globally, PATH has continued to monitor Sayana Press consumption in four pilot introduction countries: Burkina Faso, Niger, Senegal, and Uganda. PATH will continue to collect monitoring data from the pilot introductions through June 2016, approximately two years after the pilots launched. In the meantime, PATH...
Date: 05/16/2016
Source: Katie Chau, Regina Benevides, Claire Cole, Callie Simon, Abdoul Balde, and Anna Tomasulo
Type: Publications
Building on conclusions from E2A’s literature review, this report examines Pathfinder’s YMWFTP project in Burkina Faso as an example of a family planning initiative. The report contributes to the existing evidence base and shares key findings from the YMW-FTP project to inform future projects targeting young married women and first-time parents, particularly in West Africa. 
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...
Date: 03/03/2016
Source: National Center for Biotechnology Information
Type: Publications
The benefits of universal access to voluntary contraception have been widely documented in terms of maternal and newborn survival, women's empowerment, and human capital. Given population dynamics, the choices and opportunities adolescents have in terms of access to sexual and reproductive health information and services could significantly affect the burden of diseases and nations' human capital...
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