Vasectomy is a safe and highly effective family planning method for men and couples who do not want any more children, but in low resource settings, few men seek out or have access to this method. Increasing the voluntary use of vasectomy is a cost-effective strategy for countries to reduce unmet need for family planning, […]

Meeting Report

This interactive half-day auxiliary session at ICFP 2016 in Nusa Dua, Bali provided participants with practical examples of how implementation science (IS) can inform programming and policies related to family planning and reproductive health. Presentations, case studies, and group discussions sought to address the following questions: What are the benefits and challenges or limitations of an IS […]


The recent increase in Egypt’s fertility rate, following decades of progress in lowering fertility levels, highlights the need for renewed attention to the country’s family planning program. The Ministry of Health is currently the largest provider of family planning in Egypt, serving a diverse population of women, many of whom may not need the free public service. Expanding the […]


PATH has drawn on its global experience from our total market approach (TMA) work in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Uganda, and Vietnam to produce a TMA planning guide to increase access to family planning. The guide and toolkit, produced by The Evidence Project, contain practical information and specific tools to help organizations and other […]


Presented at Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights (APCRSHR) 2016 Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar February 24, 2016 Authors: Sigma Ainul, Ashish Bajracharya, and Ubaidur Rob