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Date: 04/30/2019
Source: Family Planning High Impact Practices
Type: High-Impact Practices
Postabortion family planning (PAFP) is one of several high impact practices in family planning (HIPs) identified by a technical advisory group of international experts. Postabortion care (PAC), which includes treatment for complications from miscarriage or induced abortion, is an opportune time to counsel and offer clients voluntary contraception. All PAC models include two essential services: (1...
Date: 04/30/2019
Source: FP2020
Type: Infographics
Not all family planning programs are created equally. Family planning programs that are client-focused and center on voluntarism, informed choice, and respect are not only more effective in meeting the needs of women and girls — they’re the right thing to do. These are the building blocks for high quality, voluntary family planning services. Does your program have them all?
Date: 04/30/2019
Source: UNFPA
Type: Publications
Every day, 830 women around the world die from complications related to pregnancy or childbirth. Most of these deaths are due to severe post-partum bleeding, infections, high blood pressure during pregnancy, delivery complications, and unsafe abortions. The vast majority of these deaths could have been prevented with timely interventions. While most (99 percent) of the more than 300,000 maternal...
Date: 04/29/2019
Source: WHO/IBP Initiative
Type: Website and Portals
The Evidence for Contraceptive Options and HIV Outcomes (ECHO) Study is a clinical trial that compares three highly effective, reversible methods of contraception—the progestogen-only injectable depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA), a progestogen implant called Jadelle, and the copper intrauterine device (IUD)—to evaluate whether there is any difference in the risk of HIV acquisition among...
Date: 04/22/2019
Source: WHO/IBP Initiative
Type: Videos and Webinars
The Evidence for Contraceptive Options and HIV Outcomes (ECHO) Study is a clinical trial that compares three highly effective, reversible methods of contraception—the progestogen-only injectable depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA), a progestogen implant called Jadelle, and the copper intrauterine device (IUD)—to evaluate whether there is any difference in the risk of HIV acquisition among...
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