Dear Family Planning Champion,
Evidence shows that social and behavior change (SBC) interventions are most effective when they take into account the individual, community, and societal factors that influence family planning behaviors. Now, there are High Impact Practices (HIP) briefs that explain the link between these factors and family planning outcomes, documenting evidence from numerous studies and impactful programs.
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The HIP Partnership recently launched this new suite of briefs which include:
Read the briefs to learn more about these high impact practices and how your project can adapt them for more impactful SBC approaches that improve family planning outcomes. Check back soon for translations in French, Portuguese, and Spanish