Journal Article

Journal: Reproductive Health Authors: Aparna Jain, Elizabeth Tobey, Hussein Ismail, and Annabel Erulkar Abstract: Background Condoms are an important prevention method in the transmission of HIV and sexually transmitted infections as well as unintended pregnancy. Individual-level factors associated with condom use include family support and connection, strong relationships with teachers and other students, discussions about […]


This easy-to-use flip chart can be used for counseling by physicians, nurses or community outreach workers in Arabic speaking countries. It covers several health related topics from childhood to old age with a special focus on premarital examination, maternal health and family planning. Guiding points are listed on a page facing the counselor while the […]

Case Study

Women of reproductive age in Cambodia, and many other developing countries, comprise a large part of factories’ workforce. Integrating family planning and reproductive health information and services into factories can improve workers’ health and help countries achieve FP2020 commitments. This case study looks at the process of how the Cambodian Ministry of Labor and Vocational […]



This package of two briefs and three reports should be of interest to Senegal’s policy makers, Ouagadougou Partnership countries, West African Health Organizations (WAHO) and non-governmental organizations working to increase the role of the private sector in family planning in Senegal as well as to policy makers and program designers around the world who are […]


The Rights-Sizing Family Planning toolkit was developed primarily to provide guidance and background on rights-based family planning with the aim of helping stakeholders in FP2020 Commitment Countries develop a Costed Implementation Plan (CIP) that includes a rights frame calling for respectful and client-focused care. We have found that the material in the toolkit is useful […]