Dear Family Planning Champion,
How can we ensure that family planning and reproductive health services not only reach the most people but also don’t exclude others in the process? Understanding and acknowledging what barriers related to age, gender, and social marginalization exist is the first step in informing better program design, implementation, and success.
Endender Health’s Gender, Youth, Social Inclusion (GYSI) Analysis Framework and Toolkit will help implementing partners and program participants to identify and analyze the different and changing experiences, needs, and interests of women, girls, men, boys, and people with nonbinary gender identities to achieve optimum health outcomes during their lives.
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The GYSI Analysis Framework and Toolkit is an accessible tool to examine how multiple axes of inequality contribute to inequitable health and other development outcomes for individuals and groups based on their identities. To achieve this objective, the GYSI Analysis Framework applies intersectionality as a lens for analyzing social inequalities.
Use this toolkit to start asking the critical questions related to social inclusion as it relates to your family planning program.