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Ṣafihan Itọsọna Ohun elo Eto Idile Gbọdọ Ni lati pari 2020

Consider this your holiday gift guide for voluntary family planning resources

Though 2020 has been a tumultuous year for us all, we’ve seen incredible innovations and ideas come from partners across the globe. As 2020 comes to a close, Knowledge SUCCESS is reflecting on what tools and resources have been produced and shared in the voluntary family planning and reproductive health community. This is why our project curated a Must-Have Family Planning Resource Guide, packaged like a holiday gift guide.

Though you are not “buying” these tools this holiday season, we know you will find this collection of diverse tools from a variety of projects useful, informative, ati akoko.

To compile the guide, Knowledge SUCCESS asked projects funded by USAID Population and Reproductive Health, pẹlu our content partners, to submit resources that they have developed or used. Partners shared a diversity of high-quality tools, which we categorized by five thematic areas:

  1. Program design, advisory, or planning
  2. Youth engagement in voluntary family planning
  3. Gender integration
  4. Expanding voluntary family planning choices and method mix
  5. Social and behavior change communication in family planning

We’d like to extend a warmThank Youto all our partners who submitted resources for this guide. We hope this voluntary family planning resource guide helps you to see what new tools or resources were developed this year, and how they can be applied to your work.

Gbọdọ Ni Awọn orisun Eto Ẹbi ni Akoko Isinmi yii
Natalie Apcar

Oṣiṣẹ eto, KM & Communications, Aseyori Imọ

Natalie Apcar jẹ Alakoso Eto ni Ile-iṣẹ Johns Hopkins fun Awọn Eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ, atilẹyin awọn iṣẹ ajọṣepọ iṣakoso imọ, ẹda akoonu, ati awọn ibaraẹnisọrọ fun Aseyori Imọ. Natalie ti ṣiṣẹ fun ọpọlọpọ awọn ti kii ṣe ere ati kọ ipilẹ kan ni igbero, imuse, ati ibojuwo ti eto ilera gbogbo eniyan, pẹlu iwa Integration. Awọn iwulo miiran pẹlu awọn ọdọ ati idagbasoke ti agbegbe, eyiti o ni aye lati ṣe alabapin gẹgẹbi Oluyọọda Alafia Corps US ni Ilu Morocco. Natalie gba Apon ti Arts ni Awọn Ikẹkọ Kariaye lati Ile-ẹkọ giga Ilu Amẹrika ati Titunto si ti Imọ-jinlẹ ni akọ-abo, Idagbasoke, ati Iṣalaye Agbaye lati Ile-iwe ti Ilu Lọndọnu ti Iṣowo ati Imọ-iṣe Oṣelu.

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