Working alongside family planning advocates, Jhpiego Kenya applied the nine-step SMART advocacy approach to engage stakeholders in the creation of a new pharmacist training package. The updated curriculum includes that […]
[…] change in leadership for the next fiscal year. The Nepal team wanted to learn about advocacy processes and strategies from a country that had undergone similar experiences, including: Fertility decline. […]
Register for the upcoming SMART Advocacy Approach: An Intro Workshop for Youth-led Organizations working in AYSRH in Asia. To further strengthen knowledge management skills among youth-led organizations in USAID Population […]
[…] involved: Increasing support and awareness for FP. Training in technical information on FP. Training in advocacy strategies. Developing FP language that aligned with religious beliefs and values. Community Health Supplies. […]
In September 2021, Knowledge SUCCESS and the Policy, Advocacy, and Communication Enhanced for Population and Reproductive Health (PACE) project launched the first in a series of community-driven dialogues on the […]
The Breastfeeding Advocacy Toolkit (the Toolkit) is intended to ensure stakeholders are able to easily access and use advocacy tools aimed at improving policies and financing for the protection, promotion, […]
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