Journal Article

Journal: Global Health Science and Practice Authors: Dominick Shattuck, Brian Perry, Catherine Packer, Dawn Chin Quee Abstract: Vasectomy is a highly effective and safe contraceptive method for couples who want to stop childbearing, but only 2.4% of men around the world use this method. We conducted an extensive review of the vasectomy research literature and programmatic reports, published between April 2005 […]


The Adolescent Health Newsletter series highlights new programs and research on the sexual and reproductive health of adolescents in Bangladesh. Download Issue 1  |  Download Issue 2          


In 2012, Zambia made a commitment to increase its contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) to 58 percent by 2020 through a mix of policy and programmatic initiatives Scaling Up Family Planning (SUFP) was a four-year effort designed to work within the existing health system to increase the uptake of FP services to underserved populations by: Recruiting […]


Women face legal barriers to economic empowerment in virtually all countries inhibiting the potential of women – as employees and entrepreneurs – to participate effectively in the labour market and contribute fully to sustainable development. This Call to Action, supported by over twenty leading business organizations, civil society organizations and UN agencies, includes a spectrum […]


David Wofford, the Evidence Project’s Senior Advisor for Workplace Programs, presented at the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) Forum on Public-Private Partnerships for Global Health and Safety discussing the emerging opportunities and needs to provide healthcare to supply chain-level workers for multinational workplaces in lower income countries, with a specific focus on women. Wofford points to […]