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Insights from the 2021 Learning Circles Asia Cohort


In November and December 2021, fandrindrana ny fianakaviana sy ny fahasalamana ara-pananahana (FP/RH) workforce members based in Asia convened virtually for the third Knowledge SUCCESS Faribolana fianarana cohort. The cohort focused on the topic of ensuring continuity of essential FP/RH services during emergencies.

Goals of Learning Circles

  • Network with colleagues in the same region who are facing similar programmatic challenges.
  • Share in-depth, practical solutions to priority challenges that peers can immediately adapt and implement to improve their own family planning programs.
  • Learn new and creative ways for exchanging knowledge and gaining the skills needed to replicate those techniques.

Through weekly Zoom sessions and WhatsApp chats, 28 participants from eight countries across Asia (Bangladesy, Kambodza, INDE, Indonezia, Myanmar, NÉPAL, Pakistana, and the Philippines) shared personal experiences around what is and isn’t working when it comes to providing essential FP/RH services during emergencies.

Key Takeaways

  • Countries in Asia shared similar issues, such as challenges prioritizing other health issues alongside COVID-19 and recognizing the benefits of using digital technology during emergencies.
  • The local is the solution (oh., strengthening local capacity and ensuring local coordination). Focusing on the local can help quickly solve problems during an emergency.
  • The concept of self-care (oh., for injectables) becomes even more important during emergencies.
  • Mampiasa endrika mifototra amin'ny olombelona, including audience participation and grounding solutions in client needs, are effective ways to develop new strategies.
  • There is still a need to use low-technology communication methods to reach people who have limited or no internet connection.
  • Critical adaptations to ensure service continuity during COVID-19 included engaging community volunteers within the health system, providing them with needed support (oh., fahaiza-manao, fitaovana, and techniques), and recognizing their contributions to instill a sense of pride for being part of this cohesive group of health care workers.

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Grace Gayoso Passion

Mpiandraikitra ny fitantanana ny fahalalana isam-paritra, Azia, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

Grace Gayoso-Pasion amin'izao fotoana izao no Fitantanana ny Fahalalana Rezionaly any Azia (KM) Manamboninahitra ho an'ny fahalalana FAHOMBIAZANA ao amin'ny Johns Hopkins Center for Communications Program. Fantatra kokoa amin'ny anarana hoe Gayo, Izy dia matihanina amin'ny fifandraisana amin'ny fampandrosoana manana traikefa efa ho roapolo taona eo amin'ny fifandraisana, fitenenana ampahibemaso, fifandraisana fiovana fitondran-tena, fiofanana sy fampandrosoana, ary fitantanana fahalalana. Mandany ny ankamaroan'ny asany amin'ny sehatra tsy mitady tombontsoa, indrindra eo amin’ny sehatry ny fahasalamam-bahoaka, Niasa tamin'ny asa sarotra amin'ny fampianarana foto-kevitra ara-pitsaboana sy ara-pahasalamana sarotra ho an'ireo mahantra an-tanàn-dehibe sy ambanivohitra ao Filipina izy., ny ankamaroany dia tsy nahavita sekoly ambaratonga voalohany na faharoa. Efa ela izy no mpiaro ny fahatsorana amin'ny fitenenana sy ny fanoratana. Taorian'ny nahazoany diplaoma momba ny fifandraisana tao amin'ny Oniversite Teknolojia Nanyang (NTU) any Singapore ho manam-pahaizana momba ny ASEAN, niasa tao amin'ny KM isam-paritra sy ny andraikitry ny serasera ho an'ny fikambanana fampandrosoana iraisam-pirenena manampy ireo firenena aziatika isan-karazany amin'ny fanatsarana ny fifandraisana ara-pahasalamana sy ny fahaiza-manao KM izy.. Miorina ao Filipina izy.

Pranab Rajbhandari

Mpitantana ny firenena, Breakthrough ACTION Nepal, Johns Hopkins Center for Communications Programs

Pranab Rajbhandari no mpitantana ny firenena/fanovàna fitondran-tena ambony sosialy (SBC) mpanolotsaina ho an'ny CCP/ Breakthrough ACTION Nepal. Izy no lehiben'ny antoko ho an'ny tetikasa SBC Systems Strengthening tamin'ny taona 2018–2020, ny lefitry ny lehiben'ny antoko/SBCC mpanolotsaina ho an'ny fiaraha-miasa amin'ny fahaiza-mifandray ara-pahasalamana (HC3) Tetikasa Nepal tamin'ny taona 2014–2017, ary nitarika ny ekipan'ny SBC ho an'ny CCP tao anatin'ny Tetikasa Suaahara nanomboka tamin'ny 2012–2014. Nanomboka tamin'ny 2003–2009, niaraka tamin'ny tetikasa ASHA sy IMPACT vatsian'ny USAID vatsian'ny FHI 360 izy amin'ny andraikitra samihafa amin'ny maha manampahaizana manokana momba ny fifandraisana., mpitarika ny ekipan'ny programa / mpanolotsaina SBCC, ary mpiandraikitra ny programa. Nikaon-doha tsy miankina teo amin’ny firenena sy iraisam-pirenena momba ny USAID izy, SY, ary ny tetikasa GIZ. Manana mari-pahaizana maîtrise momba ny fahasalamam-bahoaka avy amin'ny Oniversite Mahidol izy, Bangkok, ary mari-pahaizana maîtrise amin'ny sosiolojia avy amin'ny Michigan State University, Michigan.

Arnita lehibe

Independent Consultant & Former Program Manager, Yayasan Jalin Komunikasi Indonesia

Agung Arnita has been working on various issues from sanitation to education. From 2014 ny 2021, she worked in Johns Hopkins CCP Indonesia as a program officer in the MyChoiceProgram. In collaboration with the National Population and Family Planning Board, the MyChoice program was designed to increase the use of modern contraception and ensure that women could opt from a variety of contraceptive methods. She was responsible for the Kampung KB component focusing on community mobilization in this project. During the pandemic, she also worked in the COVID-19 project in collaboration with the Ministry of Health. She believes that households and communities are the primary producersof health and, Ary noho izany, they play an essential role in the success of any health program.

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