We begin our podcast series taking you inside the stories of some of the most successful FP2020 countries. Join family planning experts from Afghanistan, Kenya, Mozambique, and Senegal as they discuss the details of family planning programs, how to integrate family planning into other health sectors, and how COVID-19 has impacted service delivery. Each of the three episodes offers new insights into best practices, lessons learned, and the continued challenges of working to reduce the barriers that restrict access to family planning.
Inside the FP Story is a podcast with family planning professionals, for family planning professionals. Each season, we explore the details of family planning programming, like you’ve never seen it before. Hear directly from program implementers and decision makers from around the world on issues that matter to family planning and get an inside look into their programs. Through these honest conversations, we’ll learn what has worked in family planning programs, what to avoid, and what others are doing to push the boundaries of creative solutions.
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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