Congratulations, you won a grant! Now what? What are some things you can do to help obtain follow on or new funding?
In Part II of this webinar series for youth-led organizations, we will explore suggested next steps after winning a grant, and how you might be able to use that initial grant to leverage more grants.
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: Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3). (2017). Family Planning SBC Evidence Database. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP).
Type: Website and Portals
The evidence package consists of a searchable online article database, fact sheets and infographics showcasing the power of social and FP behavior change communication in motivating and establishing health family planning FP behaviors.
Source: Modi, Shilpa and Firestone, Rebecca (2014) Social Marketing can Make People Healthier: The Evidence That Social Marketing Works. Washington, DC: Population Services International (PSI).
Type: Website and Portals
The Social Marketing Evidence Base is a resource that compiles evaluations of social marketing interventions by PSI, other NGOs, and academic institutions. It presents a review of 109 studies looking at whether social marketing makes people healthier
The collection is curated, presenting resources that have been designed using a strategic process and have demonstrated success.
This website is made possible by the generous support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) Cooperative Agreement #AID-OAA-A-12-00058. On-going support...
Source: Breakthrough ACTION.(2018). Social and Behavior Change Indicator Bank for Family Planning. Washington, DC: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
This family planning (FP) indicator bank is a collection of sample indicators specifically for use in social and behavior change (SBC) programs. SBC indicators for FP are often not standardized, making it difficult for smaller implementing partners to identify indicators as well as limiting cross-project and cross-country comparison of data. The purpose of this bank is to provide illustrative...
Source: Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP). (2014). Guide for Planning and Implementing Social and Behavior Change Communication Activities for Postpartum Family Planning. Baltimore, Maryland: Jhpiego.
This document presents guidance for planning and implementing social and behavior change communication (SBCC) activities for postpartum family planning (PPFP), informed through global evidence and program learning.
Source: Health Communication Capacity Collaborative. (2017). The FP INFOcus Guide: A ‘For Youth, By Youth’ Approach to Using Digital Storytelling to Share Family Planning Information. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) created the FP INFOcus Guide, to encourage young sexual and reproductive health champions to come together to create and promote short videos that share contraceptive knowledge and model key skills – all using their mobile phones. The Guide promotes the use of participatory video and mobile first approaches for young sexual and reproductive...
International Planned Parenthood Federation's (IPPF) Youth Messaging Checklist. Dos and Don’ts in Information, Education and Communication Materials summarizes key messages and language,
along with tips on images, design and development that can guide the production of new IEC materials. It can also be used as a tool to assess the quality of existing IEC materials.