Resources

Journal Article

What is known about reaching men as contraceptive users? This paper draws from a review of 47 interventions that reached men and proposes 10 key considerations for strengthening programming for men as contraceptive users.

Brief

The pilot intervention described in this brief took place at an apparel manufacturing company, Caribbean Island Apparel SA, located in Port-au-Prince. This pilot project applied a health systems strengthening (HSS) model to demonstrate the value of a new management approach to workplace health services and practices. The results indicate that better management of worker health […]

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 […]

Newsletter

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          

Poster

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 […]