Science Writer, Research Utilization, FHI 360
Natasha Mack is a science writer in the Research Utilization division at FHI 360. After previously working as a qualitative researcher in international public health for more than 16 years, she now writes about the topics she used to research: voluntary family planning, HIV, gender, key populations, nutrition, sexual and reproductive health, and youth. Mack holds a doctorate in linguistic and cultural anthropology from the University of Arizona.
In Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, more than a quarter of women have unmet need for voluntary family planning, affecting both their educational and economic opportunities—and their health. The Masculinité, Famille, et Foi project has sought to shift social norms to support the use of voluntary family planning among young couples in the city.
Grab a cup of coffee or tea and listen in on honest conversations with family planning program experts around the world as they share what has worked in their settings — and what to avoid — in our podcast series, Inside the FP Story.
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Knowledge SUCCESS is a five-year global project led by a consortium of partners and funded by USAID’s Office of Population and Reproductive Health to support learning, and create opportunities for collaboration and knowledge exchange, within the family planning and reproductive health community.
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