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Implementation Stories: Mashandisiro Anoita Zvirongwa Maitiro Akanyanya Impact Maitiro uye WHO Nhungamiro

IBP Network Presents Real-Life Experiences from Family Planning Programs


Mukutanga 2020, the WHO/IBP Network and Knowledge SUCCESS Project launched an effort to support organizations to share their experiences using High Impact Maitiro (HIPs) uye WHO Nhungamiro uye Zvishandiso in Family Planning and Reproductive Health Programming. The initial call for concepts led to over 100 submissions from more than 30 nyika. Muna Chikumi 2020, we selected the winners—15 organizations and authors received a stipend to document and tell their story in their own words and with their own images. Authors were encouraged to highlight the successes, matambudziko, and lessons learned implementing High Impact Practices in Family Planning and using WHO Guidelines and Tools in country-level programs.

We are proud to announce the publication of these 15 Implementation Stories on the WHO/IBP Network Website. The winning stories represent a diverse range of partners from 15 nyika dzepasi rose. Twelve stories were originally published in English, two in Spanish, and one in French, but all 15 stories will soon be available in all three languages.

Stories cover a range of topics from clinical service delivery to community engagement and showcase interventions in urban areas, rural and hard to reach places, and humanitarian settings. Pamusoro pe, stories reflect work with a diversity of communities including men and boys, vanhu vakaremara, youth and adolescents, and indigenous populations.

Most of the stories focus on service delivery interventions such as Mobile Outreach, Community Health Workers, Immediate Postpartum Family Planning, Drug Shops and Pharmacies, uye FP Immunization Integration. There are also several that discuss Community Group Engagement, Supportive Policies, Domestic Public Financing, uye Adolescent Responsive Contraceptive Services.

The WHO Medical Eligibility Criteria (MEC) uye MEC Wheel, Kuronga Kwemhuri: A Global Handbook for Providers, and the Family Planning Training Resource Package were applied in many of projects described in the stories. Other guidance—such as Ensuring Human Rights in the Provision of Contraceptive Information and Services, Quality Assessment Handbook, Guidance for Contraception for Women at High Risk of HIV, and selected WHO Guidelines for Adolescent Health—was also mentioned in some stories.

IBP Network: 15 stories about implementing High Impact Practices and WHO Guidelines in Family Planning

While these stories are diverse in topics and geography, there were some common themes and lessons learned throughout:

1) High Impact Practices are not implemented in isolation

In many of the Implementation Stories, while the focus was on one specific practice, these practices were often combined with others. Semuyenzaniso, the “One Stop Shop” program by EngenderHealth Tanzania highlighted mobile outreach for family planning that linked to existing outreach services for HIV & TB screening, immunizations, and ARV refill days.

2) There are other “best practices” that are critical to successful program implementation

In many stories there were other practices that were mentioned that were essential to ensuring successful outcomes of the program. Semuyenzaniso, in Nigeria, as part of “An integrated approach to increasing postpartum long-acting reversible contraception” by Clinton Global Health Access Initiative Inc., a detailed and robust mentoring program was incorporated for providers to support continued training, kuvaka simba, and sustainability.

3) Linking WHO Guidelines and programmatic High Impact Practices facilitates use

Authors recognized the value of WHO Guidelines and Tools and expressed the need to better connect them with programmatic interventions like the HIPs. This can strengthen the quality of implementation and facilitate better use of WHO Guidelines at a more localized level. Semuyenzaniso, in Burkina Faso, as part of the Jhpiego “Strengthening preservice education of midwifery and obstetrics and gynecology,” pre-service training was provided using the WHO Medical Eligibility Criteria and new graduates were given print copies of Kuronga Kwemhuri: A Global Handbook for Providers.

4) Family planning programming is intersectoral

In almost every story there were links between the family planning/health program and other aspects of community development such economic growth, dzidzo, community empowerment, climate, and government advocacy.

5) Supporting documentation efforts contributes to knowledge sharing

Providing partners with both funding and technical support to share their stories with their own voices not only enabled a fun and dynamic way to share experiences, but also provided an opportunity to strengthen capacity around documentation. It also allowed an exchange of information between authors and allowed partners to disseminate and share in their own country settings.

Musi waApril 20, the IBP Network hosted a webinar for the global launch of the series (see details and listen to a recording here). Mumwedzi iri kuuya, WHO/IBP Network and Knowledge SUCCESS will be hosting a series of webinars with Implementation Story authors to hear more about their experiences; we look forward to bringing you more information soon.

Implementation Stories: Mashandisiro Anoita Zvirongwa Maitiro Akanyanya Impact Maitiro uye WHO Nhungamiro
Nandita Thatte

IBP Network Mutungamiri, Sangano Rinoona nezve Utano Pasi pose

Nandita Thatte anotungamira iyo IBP Network inogara kuWorld Health Organisation muDhipatimendi reBonde uye Kubereka Hutano uye Tsvagiridzo.. Yake ikozvino portfolio inosanganisira kusimudzira basa reIBP kutsigira kuparadzirwa uye kushandiswa kweuchapupu-hwakavakirwa kupindira uye nhungamiro., kusimbisa hukama pakati peIBP munda-based partners uye WHO vatsvakurudzi kuti vazivise kushandiswa kwekutsvaga zvirongwa uye kukurudzira kubatana pakati pe 80+ IBP nhengo masangano. Asati ajoinha WHO, Nandita aive Senior Advisor muHofisi yePopulation and Reproductive Health kuUSAID kwaakagadzira, akakwanisa, uye yakaongororwa zvirongwa muWest Africa, Haiti neMozambique. Nandita ane MPH kubva kuJohns Hopkins Chikoro chePublic Health uye DrPH muKudzivirira uye Hutano Hwenharaunda kubva kuGeorge Washington University Chikoro chePublic Health..

Sarah V. Harlan

Kudyidzana Chikwata Mutungamiriri, Zivo SUCCESS, Johns Hopkins Center yeKutaurirana Zvirongwa

Sarah V. Harlan, MPH, anga ari mutsigiri wehutano hwekubereka uye kuronga mhuri kweanoda kusvika makumi maviri emakore. Parizvino ndiye timu yemubatanidzwa inotungamira chirongwa cheRuzivo SUCCESS kuJohns Hopkins Center yeCommunication Programs.. Zvaanofarira zvehunyanzvi zvinosanganisira Population, Utano, uye Environment (PHE) uye kuwedzera kuwaniswa kwenzira dzekudzivirira nadzo kubata pamuviri kwenguva refu. Ndiye muvambi weFamily Planning Voices kutaura nyaya (2015-2020) uye inotungamira Mukati meFP Nyaya podcast. Iye zvakare mubatanidzwa-munyori we akati wandei maitiro-madhiraivha, kusanganisira Kuvaka Zvirongwa Zviri Nani: Nhungamiro Yenhanho-neNhanho Yekushandisa Ruzivo Kutungamira muGlobal Health.

Carolin Ekman

Kukurukurirana uye Kutungamira Kweruzivo, IBP Network

Carolin Ekman anoshandira IBP Network Secretariat, uko chinangwa chake chikuru chiri pakutaurirana, social media uye manejimendi eruzivo. Anga achitungamira kusimudzira kweIBP Community Platform; inotarisira zvirimo kunetiweki; uye anobatanidzwa muzvirongwa zvakasiyana-siyana zvine chekuita nekutaura nyaya, zano uye rebranding of IBP. With 12 makore muhurongwa hweUN, NGOs uye masangano akazvimirira, Carolin ane multidisciplinary nzwisiso yeSRHR uye yakawedzera kukanganisa kwayo pakugara zvakanaka nekusimudzira budiriro.. Chiitiko chake chinotenderera kunze kwekutaurirana kwemukati / mukati; Advocacy; kudyidzana kweruzhinji/yakavanzika; mutoro wekambani; uye M&E. Nzvimbo dzakatariswa dzinosanganisira kuronga mhuri; hutano hwevechiri kuyaruka; magariro evanhu; FGM; kuroorana kwevana; uye kukudza chisimba chinoitwa. Carolin ane MSc muMedia Technology/Journalism kubva kuRoyal Institute of Technology, Siwidheni, pamwe neMSc muKushambadzira kubva kuStockholm University, Siwidheni, uye akadzidzawo nezvekodzero dzevanhu, kusimudzira uye CSR muAustralia neSwitzerland.

Anne Ballard Sara, MPH

Senior Program Officer, Johns Hopkins Center yeKutaurirana Zvirongwa

Anne Ballard Sara mumiriri weChirongwa II paJohns Hopkins Center yeCommunication Programs, kwaanotsigira mabasa ekutsvagisa ruzivo, zvirongwa zvemumunda, uye kutaurirana. Mamiriro ake ehutano hweveruzhinji anosanganisira kutaurirana kwekuchinja maitiro, kuronga mhuri, kusimudzirwa kwevakadzi, uye tsvakurudzo. Anne akashanda semuzvipiri wehutano muPeace Corps muGuatemala uye akabata Master of Public Health kubva kuGeorge Washington University..

Ados Velez May

Senior Technical Advisor, IBP, World Health Org

Ados ndiye Senior Technical Advisor paIBP Network Secretariat. Mubasa iroro, Ados inopa hutungamiriri hwehunyanzvi hunobata masangano enhengo dzenetiweki pazvinhu zvakasiyana sekunyora maitiro anoshanda mukuronga mhuri., kuparadzirwa kwemaitiro epamusoro-soro (HIPs), uye kutungamirira ruzivo. Isati yasvika IBP, Ados aive muJohannesburg, sechipangamazano wedunhu reInternational HIV/AIDS Alliance, kutsigira akati wandei enhengo dzemasangano muSouthern Africa. Apedza 20 makore echiitiko mukugadzirwa kwehurongwa hwehutano hwepasi rose, rubatsiro rwehunyanzvi, management, uye kuvaka kugona, tichitarisa nezveHIV/AIDS uye Reproductive Health.

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