Technical Area:
Expanding Method Access and Choice: Workplace Programming

Women of reproductive age in Cambodia, and many other developing countries, comprise a large part of factories’ workforce. Integrating family planning and reproductive health information and services into factories can improve workers’ health and help countries achieve FP2020 commitments. This case study looks at the process of how the Cambodian Ministry of Labor and Vocational […]

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This package of two briefs and three reports should be of interest to Senegal’s policy makers, Ouagadougou Partnership countries, West African Health Organizations (WAHO) and non-governmental organizations working to increase the role of the private sector in family planning in Senegal as well as to policy makers and program designers around the world who are […]

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At the request of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), the Evidence Project, through the Population Council and with funding from USAID/Ghana, is studying the feasibility and acceptability of Sayana® Press self-injection, and by extension, informing its introduction in Ghana. The primary objectives of the seven-month study are to assess the feasibility of introducing Sayana® Press […]

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