Resources

Brief

This brief presents findings from two models of workers’ health education programs implemented by the Evidence Project/Population Council in Egypt. The two interventions aimed to increase family planning (FP) service demand among young people aged 18–35 in Port Said and urban Souhag. In Port Said, male and female factory workers who were trained as peer […]

Journal Article

Journal: BMC Public Health Authors: Sara Chace Dwyer, Aparna Jain, Salisu Mohammed Ishaku, Faizah Tosin Okunade, Chiamaka Uzomba, Adedamola Adebayo & Elizabeth Tobey Abstract: Background: To increase access to voluntary family planning (FP) services, Nigerian policymakers are debating how to task share injectable contraceptive services to drug shop owners known as Patent and Proprietary Medicine […]

Brief

Report

Implementation science study reveals that many Kenyan women living with HIV are comfortable receiving family planning (FP) services from community health volunteers and with proper training and support, community health volunteers have the potential to provide integrated FP/HIV services. Community-based integrated FP/HIV services could help connect women living with HIV who want to prevent or […]

Report

This report highlights the contraceptive use dynamics among 2,699 married women in India who began using one of four reversible contraceptive methods over one year. Women aged 15-49 were enrolled into the study from Odisha and Haryana states within one month of starting their reversible method—interval intrauterine device (IUD), postpartum IUD (PPIUD), injectable contraceptive, or […]

Journal Article

Journal: PLOS ONE Authors: Elizabeth Tobey, Aparna Jain, and Arupendra Mozumdar Abstract: To understand the relationship between pregnancy intentions and contraceptive use, a growing body of research has begun to examine various domains of women’s attitudes towards pregnancy, acknowledging that these attitudes may contradict one another, and women may be ambivalent. This study examines pregnancy […]