Resources

Brief

These research briefs explore the contraceptive use dynamics among 2,699 married women aged 15-49 in India who began using one of four modern, reversible contraceptive methods: interval intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD), postpartum IUD (PPIUD), injectable contraceptive, or oral contraceptive pill. The women, living in Odisha and Haryana states, were interviewed within one month of starting […]

Curriculum

These curriculums were developed and used to help ensure the availability and further improve the quality of family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) services delivered to Egyptian youth. The private sector physician training curriculum is designed for as a 5-day training course which provides up-to-date information on various FP/RH topics that are especially important for young people […]

Report

Expanding access to and use of voluntary family planning (FP) services is a well-established global health goal– it is a specific target under the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) of good health and well-being, an integral component of Every Woman Every Child (EWEC), and the overall objective of the Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) partnership, among other […]

Report

Results from an implementation research study in Nigeria found that with training, Patent and Proprietary Medicine Vendors (PPMVs), regardless of their previous health care experience, could competently administer injectable contraceptives and that clients reported receiving quality services from trained PPMVs. From 2015 to 2018, the Evidence Project conducted a study to better understand the role […]

Journal Article

Journal: Journal of Biosocial Science Authors: Aparna Jain, Hussein Ismail, Elizabeth Tobey, and Annabel Erulkar Abstract: Nearly 33 million female youths have an unmet need for voluntary family planning (FP), meaning they are sexually active and do not want to become pregnant. In Ethiopia, age at marriage remains low: 40% and 14% of young women aged 20–24 were married by the […]