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20 Awọn orisun pataki lori Awọn Ilana Awujọ ati Eto Ẹbi


Do these quotes sound familiar to you?

We hear sentiments like those above expressed over and over by our colleagues in FP/RH—program managers, imọ olugbamoran, and others—who are participating in Knowledge SUCCESS co-creation workshops, where we’re reimagining the ways FP/RH professionals access and use evidence and best practices to optimize FP/RH programs. Similar comments also surfaced in formative research led by our partner, the Busara Center for Behavioral Economics, where they identified that many FP/RH program managers feel theyhave to contend with FP/RH information sources being scattered and not all in one place.”

What people are saying is not that they simply want every resource pulled together in one place, but that they want help sorting through it all.

When confronted with too many choices, most people resort to either going with the default choice or putting off a decision altogether. In the context of FP/RH programs, this means that high-quality evidence, iriri, and best practices often are not being put to use—simply because we are overloaded with information that we feel unable to process on our own.

If this is something you can relate to, then our new 20 Essential Resources series is what you’ve been looking for.

In partnership with other FP/RH experts from a wide range of organizations, our team will be pulling together 20 essential resources on important FP/RH programmatic topics into curated collections—selecting the resources that we use to inform our own programming. Each collection will provide:

  • An easily scanned, responsivehubthat curates all 20 resources on one page—no extra work to find what you’re looking for.
  • A variety of formats, such as reports, videos, infographics, and journal articles, to appeal to different learning styles.
  • An explanation of why each resource is essential, lati ṣe iranlọwọ fun ọ lati pinnu boya o jẹ nkan ti o wulo ati akoko fun iṣẹ tirẹ.

There are so many high-quality, well-written resources on family planning and reproductive health, and that’s the point. In each collection, we do our best to select 20 resources that, as a collection, will have the information you’re looking for.

Launching today: 20 Essential Resources in Social Norms and Family Planning

Ibẹrẹ wa “20 Awọn orisun pataki” collection focuses on social norms and family planning. We were thrilled to curate this collection with Passages, a five-year (2015-2020) USAID-funded project led by the Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University that aims to address a broad range of social norms, ni asekale, to achieve sustained improvements in family planning and reproductive health.

Click here to explore the 20 Awọn orisun pataki lori Awọn Ilana Awujọ ati Eto Ẹbi.

Social norms are the unwritten rules of behavior shared by members of a group. Social norms related to family planning behaviors—including those that discourage couples from discussing family planning, pressure young couples to prove their fertility soon after marriage, or frown on contraceptive use altogether—have a clear impact on health and well-being. Norms-shifting interventions have the potential to shift these harmful norms into ones that support positive family planning outcomes.

The resources in this collection span from basic briefs, which introduce how and why social norms matter, to detailed guides that will show you how to re-create norms-shifting interventions that are proven to lead to significant improvements in attitudes and behaviors.

Use our social media toolkit to promote 20 Awọn orisun pataki lori Awọn Ilana Awujọ ati Eto Ẹbi.

Next in the series: 20 Essential Resources for Francophone FP/RH Programs

Up next in the series will be 20 Ressources de PF / SR pour les Programmes Francophones—essential resources for Francophone family planning and reproductive health programs.

Curated by Knowledge SUCCESS, Eto idile 2020, ati awọn miiran, this collection will pull together the most-recommended FP/RH program resources that are available in French.

Is there a particular FP/RH topic you’d like us to cover in the 20 Essentials series? Would you like to partner with us on an upcoming edition? Let us know!

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Ruwaida Salem

Oga Program Officer, Ile-iṣẹ Johns Hopkins fun Awọn Eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ

Ruwaida Salem, Oṣiṣẹ Eto Agba ni Ile-iṣẹ Johns Hopkins fun Awọn Eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ, ni o ni fere 20 awọn ọdun ti iriri ni aaye ilera agbaye. Bi egbe asiwaju fun imo solusan ati asiwaju onkowe ti Ilé Dara eto: Itọsọna Igbesẹ-Igbese si Lilo Isakoso Imọ ni Ilera Agbaye, o ṣe apẹrẹ, ohun elo, ati ṣakoso awọn eto iṣakoso oye lati mu iraye si ati lilo alaye ilera to ṣe pataki laarin awọn alamọdaju ilera ni agbaye. O ni Titunto si ti Ilera Awujọ lati Ile-iwe Johns Hopkins Bloomberg ti Ilera Awujọ, Apon ti Imọ ni Dietetics lati University of Akron, ati Iwe-ẹri Graduate kan ni Apẹrẹ Iriri olumulo lati Ile-ẹkọ giga ti Ipinle Kent.

Anne Kott

Asiwaju Ẹgbẹ, Awọn ibaraẹnisọrọ ati akoonu, Ile-iṣẹ Johns Hopkins fun Awọn Eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ

Anne Kott, MSPH, jẹ asiwaju ẹgbẹ lodidi fun awọn ibaraẹnisọrọ ati akoonu lori Aseyori Imọ. Ni ipa rẹ, o ṣe abojuto imọ-ẹrọ, eto, ati awọn ẹya iṣakoso ti iṣakoso imọ-nla nla (KM) ati awọn eto ibaraẹnisọrọ. Tẹlẹ, o ṣiṣẹ bi oludari ibaraẹnisọrọ fun Imọ fun Ilera (K4 Ilera) Ise agbese, asiwaju awọn ibaraẹnisọrọ fun Ìdílé Eto Voices, o si bẹrẹ iṣẹ rẹ bi oludamọran awọn ibaraẹnisọrọ ilana fun Fortune 500 awọn ile-iṣẹ. O jo'gun MSPH rẹ ni ibaraẹnisọrọ ilera ati eto ẹkọ ilera lati Ile-iwe Johns Hopkins Bloomberg ti Ilera Awujọ ati alamọdaju ti iṣẹ ọna ni Anthropology lati Ile-ẹkọ giga Bucknell.

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