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How to use WHO Guidelines and Tools with Service Delivery HIPs

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Dear Family Planning Champion,

It’s no secret that our field is full of excellent resources designed to help programmers achieve the best possible results. However, we don’t always consider how different tools can complement one another.


This week, we invite you to join the IBP Network’s webinar on their new tool that demonstrates how WHO guidelines and High Impact Practices in Family Planning (HIPs) can enhance each other. WHO develops evidence-based guidance and tools to inform and support high-quality family planning programs; HIPs are promising and proven approaches to strengthen voluntary family planning programs. Both are important resources for program planners and implementers but are not always used optimally. Let’s get them together!

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How to use WHO Guidelines and Tools with Service Delivery HIPs

Join the IBP network for a webinar introducing a new matrix designed to help facilitate use of WHO Guidelines and High Impact Practices (HIPs) in Family Planning! The tool allows users to identify which WHO Guidelines can help strengthen implementation of selected service delivery HIPs, organized by four categories: Advocacy, Program Design, Provider Reference, and Training. Concrete examples provide insights into how the tool can be used.

Register now: Wednesday, December 2, 2020; 8:00-9:00am EST