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Ọgụgụ ngwa ngwa Oge Ọgụgụ: 2 nkeji

Oge nke abụọ n'ime akụkọ FP amalitela

Pọdkastị akụkọ dị n'ime FP na-enyocha nkọwa nke mmemme atụmatụ ezinụlọ. Oge 2 Ọmụma ihe ịga nke ọma na Òtù Ahụ Ike Ụwa wetara gị (WHO)/Ọnụ ego nke IBP Network. Ọ ga-enyocha ahụmịhe mmejuputa site na 15 countries and programs around the world. Over six episodes, you will hear from the authors of a series of implementation stories as they offer practical examples and specific guidance for others on implementing high-impact practices in family planning and using the latest tools and guidance from WHO.

Click the image to access season 2!

Inside the FP Story is a podcast with na maka the family planning workforce. Each season, we publish honest and open conversations with family planning program experts around the world as they share what has worked in their settings—and what to avoid.

N'oge mbụ 2020, nke WHO/IBP Network and Knowledge SUCCESS launched an effort to support organizations to share their experiences using high-impact practices and WHO guidelines and tools in family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) mmemme. From a pool of over 100 submissions, 15 organizations were selected to share their implementation experiences.

Building off the interest of these implementation experiences, Knowledge SUCCESS and the WHO/IBP Network partnered for season 2 nke Inside FP Akụkọ. You’ll hear directly from the 15 organizations as they dive into the details of their implementation experiences and chart a roadmap of lessons and recommendations that others can apply in their programs.

A woman listens carefully to the advice of an ASHA. This image is from "Fixed-Day Static Approach: Informed Choice and Family Planning for Urban Poor in India” IBP Implementation Story by Population Services International (PSI), India.
A woman listens carefully to the advice of an ASHA. This image is from "Fixed-Day Static Approach: Informed Choice and Family Planning for Urban Poor in India” IBP Implementation Story by Population Services International (PSI), India.

This season features acraft academyin Benin that teaches girls about contraception as they create beaded jewelry, a mobile service delivery program serving women in rural Guatemala, a program working to remove taxes on contraceptives in Madagascar, and much more. Guests from 15 countries around the world discuss not only what they did but how they did it. Oge 2 of Inside the FP Story features implementation experiences mobilizing and reaching communities, engaging adolescents and providing adolescent-friendly services, and shaping supportive systems for FP/RH programs.

Tune in for new episodes every Wednesday, from January 12 through February 16, to explore the amazing and diverse world of FP/RH programs.

N'ime akụkọ FP, Oge 2, is available on Knowledge SUCCESS’ website, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher. You can also find Spanish and French transcripts of each episode at KnowledgeSUCCESS.org.

Ihe ntinye ndị nọọsụ na-ejide. Onyonyo a sitere na "Otu ejikọtara ọnụ iji na-abawanye mgbochi mgbochi afọ ime ogologo oge na-eme ogologo oge na Northern Nigeria" Akụkọ mmejuputa IBP nke Clinton Health Access Initiative dere. (CHAI).
Sarah V. Harlan

Ndị ndu otu mmekọ, Ọmụma ihe ịga nke ọma, Johns Hopkins Center maka Mmemme Nkwukọrịta

Sarah V. Harlan, MPH, abụrụla onye mmeri maka ahụike ọmụmụ na atụmatụ ezinaụlọ zuru ụwa ọnụ ihe fọrọ nke nta ka ọ bụrụ afọ iri abụọ. Ugbu a ọ bụ ndị otu mmekọ na-eduga maka ọrụ Ọmụma SUCCESS na Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs.. Mmasị teknụzụ ya gụnyere ọnụ ọgụgụ mmadụ, Ahụike, na gburugburu (PHE) na ịba ụba nke ụzọ mgbochi ime ogologo oge. Ọ bụ onye rụpụtara atụmatụ ịkọ akụkọ olu atụmatụ ezinụlọ (2015-2020) and leads the Inside the FP Story podcast. She is also a co-author of several how-to guides, gụnyere mmemme iwulite mma: Ntuziaka nzọụkwụ site na iji njikwa ihe ọmụma na ahụike zuru ụwa ọnụ.

Anne Ballard Sara, MPH

Onye isi ọrụ mmemme, Johns Hopkins Center maka Mmemme Nkwukọrịta

Anne Ballard Sara is a Program Officer II at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, where she supports knowledge management research activities, field programs, and communications. Her background in public health includes behavior change communication, atụmatụ ezinụlọ, women’s empowerment, na nyocha. Anne served as a health volunteer in the Peace Corps in Guatemala and holds a Master of Public Health from George Washington University.

Elizabeth Tully

Onye isi ọrụ mmemme, Ọmụma ihe ịga nke ọma / Johns Hopkins Center maka Mmemme Nkwukọrịta

Elizabeth (Liz) Tully bụ onye isi mmemme na Johns Hopkins Center maka Mmemme Nkwukọrịta. Ọ na-akwado ihe ọmụma na mgbalị njikwa mmemme na mmekorita mmekọrịta, na mgbakwunye na ịmepụta mbipụta na ọdịnaya dijitalụ, gụnyere ahụmịhe mmekọrịta yana vidiyo eserese. Mmasị ya gụnyere atụmatụ ezinụlọ/ahụ ike ọmụmụ, mwekota nke onu ogugu ndi mmadu, ahụike, na gburugburu ebe obibi, na ịkpachapụta na ikwukọrịta ozi n'ụdị ọhụrụ na-atọ ụtọ. Liz nwere B.S. na Family and Consumer Sciences si West Virginia University ma na-arụ ọrụ na njikwa ihe ọmụma maka atụmatụ ezinụlọ kemgbe 2009.

Ados Velez Mee

Senior Technical Advisor, IBP, World Health Org

Ados is a Senior Technical Advisor at the IBP Network Secretariat. In that role, Ados provides technical leadership engaging the network member organizations on a variety of issues such as documenting effective practices in family planning, dissemination of high-impact practices (HIP), na njikwa ihe ọmụma. Prior to IBP, Ados was based in Johannesburg, as a regional advisor for the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, supporting a number of member organizations in Southern Africa. He has over 20 years of experience in international public health program design, technical assistance, njikwa, and capacity building, focusing on HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health.

Nandita Thatte

IBP Network Lead, World Health Organization

Nandita Thatte leads the IBP Network housed at the World Health Organization in the Department of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research. Her current portfolio includes institutionalizing the role of IBP to support the dissemination and use of evidence-based interventions and guidelines, to strengthen the linkages between IBP field-based partners and WHO researchers to inform implementation research agendas and foster collaboration among the 80+ IBP member organizations. Prior to joining WHO, Nandita was a Senior Advisor in the Office of Population and Reproductive Health at USAID where she designed, managed, and evaluated programs in West Africa, Haiti and Mozambique. Nandita has a MPH from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and a DrPH in Prevention and Community Health from the George Washington University School of Public Health.

Carolin Ekman

Communications and Knowledge Management, Ọnụ ego nke IBP Network

Carolin Ekman works for the IBP Network Secretariat, where her main focus is on communications, social media and knowledge management. She has been leading the development of the IBP Community Platform; manages content for the network; and is involved in various projects related to storytelling, strategy and rebranding of IBP. With 12 years across the UN system, NGOs and the private sector, Carolin has a multidisciplinary understanding of SRHR and its wider impact on wellbeing and sustainable development. Her experience spans across external/internal communications; nkwado; public/private partnerships; corporate responsibility; and M&E. Focus areas include family planning; ahụike ndị nọ n'afọ iri na ụma; ụkpụrụ ọha mmadụ; FGM; child marriage; and honour based violence. Carolin holds a MSc in Media Technology/Journalism from the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, as well as a MSc in Marketing from Stockholm University, Sweden, and has also studied human rights, development and CSR in Australia and Switzerland.

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