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Content Partnerships

We’re honored to highlight the work of stakeholders working in voluntary family planning and related reproductive health. Our content partners are organizations or projects who have contributed articles or resources to our website. They’re supporting our goal of making information available and accessible — so that people can use it, and programs can improve.

Are you interested in having your organization’s work, oro, and events featured here? Contact us!

Agbofinro Yiyọ kuro

Initiated in 2015, the Implant Removal Task Force brings together implementing partners, implant manufacturers, oluwadi, and donors on issues related to quality implant removal.

Breakthrough ACTION and RESEARCH for Social and Behavior Change

Breakthrough ACTION

Breakthrough ACTION ignites collective action and encourages people to adopt healthier behaviors—from using modern contraceptive methods and sleeping under bed nets to being tested for HIV—by forging, idanwo, and scaling up new and hybrid approaches to social and behavior change (SBC).

Firmly grounded in proven practices, Breakthrough ACTION works in partnership with governments, civil society, and communities around the world to implement creative and sustainable SBC programming, nurture SBC champions, mainstream new techniques and technologies, and advocate strategic and sustained investment in SBC.

Breakthrough Research for Social and Behavior Change

Iwadi Iwadii

Breakthrough RESEARCH catalyzes social and behavior change by conducting state-of-the-art research and evaluation and promoting evidence-based solutions to improve health and development programs around the world. In partnership with a range of stakeholders, Breakthrough RESEARCH is identifying key evidence gaps and developing consensus-driven research agendas to guide priority investments in SBC research, awọn eto, and policy. Using cutting-edge research and evaluation methods, Breakthrough RESEARCH is addressing key questions related to SBC programming such as “What works?” “How can it work best?” “How much does it cost?” “Is it cost-effective?” “How can it be replicated, scaled, and sustained locally?” Ultimately, the project will equip governments, implementing partners, service delivery organizations, and donors with the data and evidence they need to integrate proven and cost-effective social and behavior change approaches into their programs.

Breakthrough RESEARCH is a five-year cooperative agreement funded by the Ile-iṣẹ Amẹrika fun Idagbasoke Kariaye. The consortium is led by the Population Council in partnership with Avenir Health, ideas42, Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University, Olugbe Reference Bureau, ati Tulane University.

FP2030

FP2030

FP2030 (formerly Family Planning 2020) is a core convening partner on the High Impact Practices for Family Planning. The vision of FP2030 is a future where women and girls everywhere have the freedom and ability to lead healthy lives, make their own informed decisions about using contraception and having children, and participate as equals in society and its development. FP2030 is based on four guiding principles: voluntary, person-centered, rights-based approaches, with equity at the core; empowering women and girls and engaging men, boys, and communities; building intentional and equitable partnerships with adolescents, odo, and marginalized populations to meet their needs, including for accurate and disaggregated data collection and use; and country-led global partnerships, with shared learning and mutual accountability for commitments and results.

IBP nẹtiwọki

IBP nẹtiwọki

The IBP Network (formerly known as the Implementing Best Practices initiative) convenes partners to share best practices, awọn iriri. and tools to support family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) siseto. Activities focus on supporting knowledge exchange, documentation, and implementation research efforts. Its objectives are to:

  1. Disseminate evidence-based guidelines, irinṣẹ, and practices in FP/RH programming;
  2. Support the implementation and use of guidelines and evidence-based practices in FP/RH; ati
  3. Facilitate better collaboration and partnership between stakeholders in the FP/RH community.

Learn more (and join the Network) ni https://ibpnetwork.org/.

The Challenge Initiative

The Challenge Initiative (TCI)

Led by the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, The Challenge Initiative is a “business unusual” platform that empowers local governments to rapidly and sustainably scale up best-practice health interventions to benefit urban poor communities. The Initiative builds on the demonstrated success of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (URHI)—a 2010-2016 effort to improve the reproductive health of the urban poor in India, Kenya, Nigeria, and Senegal.

Kupenda fun awọn ọmọde

Kupenda for the Children

O wa 580 million children with disabilities worldwide; 80% of them live in lower- ati arin-owo oya awọn orilẹ-ede. Most of these children are neglected, abused, and excluded from community life. Kupenda for the Children is a non-profit organization that envisions a fully integrated society where people of all abilities have access to health, education, and a loving community. Each year, through partnership with local professionals (primarily in Kenya), Kupenda trains thousands of families, odo, and leaders as disability advocates who help 40,000 children with disabilities access the education, medical care, and inclusion they deserve.

Next Gen RH

Next Gen RH

Next Gen RH is a Community of Practice for adolescent and youth reproductive health (AYRH). Its mission is to provide technical leadership in the effective implementation of AYRH programming and research. Next Gen RH seeks to achieve its mission through the advancement of three strategic themes:

  1. Improve harmonization and coordination of AYRH technical guidance and program models at global and country levels
  2. Drive innovation and inquiry for best practices not yet realized
  3. Improve meaningful youth engagement and representation within the community of practice and the field of AYRH programs and research

kiliki ibi for more information or to join the community.

Living Goods: Delivering Data-Driven Health Care, Door to Door

Living Goods

With its global office in Nairobi, Kenya, Living Goods aims to save lives at scale by supporting digitally empowered community health workers. The organization works with governments and partners to leverage smart mobile technology, rigorously strengthen performance, and relentlessly innovate to cost-effectively deliver high-quality, impactful health services.

MOMENTUM Global and Country Leadership

MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership

MOMENTUM is a suite of innovative awards funded by the U.S. Agency fun International Development (USAID) to holistically improve maternal, omo tuntun, and child health services, voluntary family planning, ati ilera ibisi (MNCH/FP/RH) care in partner countries around the world.

We envision a world where all mothers, children, families, and communities have equitable access to respectful quality MNCH/FP/RH care so they reach their full potential. MOMENTUM works alongside governments, building on existing evidence and experience implementing global health programs and interventions, so we may help foster new ideas, awọn ajọṣepọ, and approaches, and strengthen the resiliency of health systems.

Population Council

Population Council

The Population Council conducts research to address critical health and development issues. Our work allows couples to plan their families and chart their futures. We help people avoid HIV infection and access life-saving HIV services. And we empower girls to protect themselves and have a say in their own lives. We conduct research and programs in more than 50 countries. Our New York headquarters supports a global network of offices in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. From its beginning, the Council has given voice and visibility to the world’s most vulnerable people. We increase awareness of the problems they face and offer evidence-based solutions. In the developing world, governments and civil society organizations seek our help to understand and overcome obstacles to health and development. And we work in developed countries, where we use state-of-the-art biomedical science to develop new contraceptives and products to prevent the transmission of HIV.

IGWG

IGWG Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Task Force

The Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG), established in 1997, is a network of multiple nongovernmental organizations, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), cooperating agencies, and the Bureau for Global Health of USAID. The GBV Task Force organizes events such as technical updates, plenaries, and brown-bags, and meets periodically to strategize on gaps in needed materials and research related to GBV.

SHOPS Plus

SHOPS Plus

Sustaining Health Outcomes through the Private Sector (Ìsọjà) Plus is USAID’s flagship initiative in private sector health. The project seeks to harness the full potential of the private sector and catalyze public-private engagement to improve health outcomes in family planning, HIV / AIDS, maternal and child health, and other health areas. SHOPS Plus supports the achievement of US government health priorities and improves the equity and quality of the total health system.

Ẹri si Action

Ẹri si Action (E2A)

The Evidence to Action (E2A) Project is USAID’s global flagship for strengthening family planning and reproductive health service delivery. We partner with governments, local NGOs, and communities to increase support, build evidence, and facilitate the scale-up of what works for expanding access to quality health services that can transform families, communities, and nations.

Self-Care Trailblazer Group

Self-Care Trailblazers

Established in 2018, the Self-Care Trailblazer Group (SCTG) builds the evidence base and advocates for the adoption of WHO’s Self-Care Guidelines for Sexual and Reproductive Health, national guidelines and practices to advance self-care with the input of the larger community of ministry officials, healthcare providers, activists and consumers.

Ibisi Health Agbari Coalition

Ibisi Health Agbari Coalition

The Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition is a global partnership of public, private, and non-governmental organizations dedicated to ensuring that all people in low- and middle-income countries can access and use affordable, high-quality supplies to ensure their better reproductive health.

Jhpiego

Jhpiego

Jhpiego’s goal is to ensure that all individuals’ sexual and reproductive health and rights are respected, protected and fulfilled. Our initiatives and efforts aim to overcome barriers to access and bend the curve toward ensuring high-quality, safe and effective family planning and reproductive health services for all.

Olugbe Services International

PSI

PSI envisions a world in which consumers can move seamlessly through a marketplace with the widest range of options and opportunities available to them in an environment that supports them on the health journeys that shape their lives.

Ile-iṣẹ lori Idogba abo ati Ilera

Ile-iṣẹ lori Idogba abo ati Ilera

The mission of the Center on Gender Equity and Health is to improve population health and development by improving the status, opportunities and safety of women and girls, globally. The Center focuses on conducting innovative global public health research, medical and academic training, and development and evaluation of evidence-based policies and practices related to gender inequities (girl child marriage, son preference and daughter aversion) ati iwa-ipa ti o da lori abo (partner violence, ibalopo sele si & exploitation, sex trafficking).

Passage Project

Passage Project (IRH, FHI 360)

Passages project is a USAID-funded implementation research project (2015-2021) that aims to address a broad range of social norms, at scale, to achieve sustained improvements in family planning, ilera ibisi, ati iwa-ipa ti o da lori abo. Passages seeks to build the evidence base and contribute to the capacity of the global community to strengthen normative environments that support reproductive health and well-being, especially among young people at life course transition points, including very young adolescents, newly married youth, and first-time parents.

Health Policy Plus

Health Policy Plus

Health Policy Plus (HP+) strengthens and advances health policy priorities at global, Orilẹ-ede, and subnational levels. The project aims to improve the enabling environment for equitable and sustainable health services, supplies, and delivery systems through policy design, imuse, and financing. Taken together, evidence-based, inclusive policies; more sustainable health financing; improved governance; and stronger global leadership and advocacy will lead to improved health outcomes worldwide.

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