Private Sector Counts uses Demographic and Health Survey data to illuminate the important contribution of the public and private sectors to sick child care and family planning service delivery.
Donors and program implementers have at their fingertips the data they need to design country programs using a total market approach.
Family planning practitioners and decision makers can model what the future might look like given potential market changes using a new tool called the Family Planning Market Analyzer. The innovative, easy-to-use tool combines data from Demographic and Health Surveys and FP2020’s projections of modern contraceptive prevalence to allow users to explore potential scenarios for a total market...
Source: This Family Planning Social Media Toolkit was adapted by JSI from The HIV Social Media Toolkit prepared by the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC), Capacity Building Activities, and John Snow, Inc.
This toolkit provides some basic information on how social media is being used, as well as the concepts that underlie social media, and the major types of tools that are used in online communication. In addition, it considers how to take a strategic approach to integrating social media into existing efforts to engage communities and policy makers in family planning issues.
Source: Breakthrough ACTION.(2019). Advancing Male Engagement in Family Planning and Reproductive Health: An Advocacy Tool. Washington, DC: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP).
This tool provides an advocacy implementation plan template that helps users identify priority FP/RH decision-makers, assess their current level of familiarity with or support for male engagement, and tailor a unique advocacy goal and approach based on that decision maker’s specific priorities and spheres of influence.
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?