Source: Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3). (2015). Resource Mobilization Implementation Kit: A Primer for SBCC Organizations. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP).
This I-Kit was created to guide organizations that seek to broaden their funding base to include fees from clients as well as funding from donors, corporate sponsors, public sector subsidies, charitable contributions and other funding or investment mechanisms.
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.
A landmark study evaluating HIV risk and hormonal contraception is under fire, with critics arguing the trial was ethically flawed from the start and that its results may limit already narrow birth-control options for African women.
The trial, called the Evidence for Contraceptive Options and HIV Outcomes (ECHO), was led by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV...
Restless Development and UNFPA, with the support of the partners of the Youth Collective for Gender Equality are creating a technical working group consisting of gender diverse young people to input to the development of Consensus Statement on Youth-led Accountability (Consensus Statement).
The objectives of this Consensus Statement will be:
To gain consensus for a common understanding...
AGAINST the backdrop of Nigeria’s rapid population growth, a reproductive health expert, Professor Emmanuel Otolorin, has said Nigeria’s goal of raising its modern contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) to 27 per cent for all women next year may be a miracle given the nation’s current CPR of 12 per cent.
Otolorin, the Senior Regional Programmatic and Technical Advisor, Jhpiego, an affiliate of Johns...
Family Planning Association of India (FPA India),aleading national NGO, has launched a nationwide campaign "Youth Dialogue- A perspective on FP 2020" to create awareness on 'Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for all'.
The campaign intends to mobilise the young population of India residing in various cities, towns, slums and villages and initiate conversation to understand their access to...
Over 20 years of conflict in the DRC, North and South Kivu have experienced cycles of stability and conflict, resulting in a compromised health system and poor sexual and reproductive health outcomes. Modern contraceptive use is low (7.5%) and maternal mortality is high (846 deaths per 100,000 live births). Program partners have supported the Ministry of Health (MOH) in North and South...
FP2020 commits to:
Include integration at focal point workshops, and work with countries to ensure clear prioritized actions are set out
Ensure integration is a central focus in meetings with donors and implementing partners as well as with young people and CSOs.
Including integration on the agenda for Reference Group meetings
Adding an integration module into the CIP toolkit.
Women in Africa continue to be at unacceptably high risk of HIV infection and of unplanned pregnancies. There is an urgent need to strengthen HIV prevention interventions, including the access to use of PrEP. More efforts should be made to integrate HIV prevention and contraceptive services.