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Couple-Based Approaches in Reproductive Health: Implications for Global Policy, Practice, and Research

Couple-focused interventions are a potentially valuable strategy to address the concerns of First Time Parents and accelerate progress toward achieving reproductive health goals. This extensive technical report and summary brief by Evidence to Action (E2A) comprises three core components—a literature review, a global reproductive health policy analysis, and key informant interviews—that explore the extent to [more…]

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Key Insights for First-Time Parent Programs
First Time Parents

Evidence To Action (E2A), led by Pathfinder International, shares eight insights garnered from our experience designing and implementing programming for First-Time Parents (FTPs), highlighting the most important lessons learned across our projects. Each insight provides background on the issues involved, including the specific challenges or opportunities that are unique to FTPs and key points to [more…]

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Couple-Focused Interventions: A Theory of Change
Couple Focused Theory of Change resource

Couple-focused interventions are a potentially valuable strategy to address the concerns of First-Time Parents and accelerate progress toward achieving reproductive health goals. In this technical report, Evidence To Action (E2A), led by Pathfinder International, builds on the findings of their recent literature review, “Couple-Based Approaches in Reproductive Health: Implications for Global Policy, Practice, and Research.” [more…]

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DO’s & DON’Ts for Engaging Men & Boys

Men and boys have their own distinct health needs and vulnerabilities, and engaging men can benefit everyone—including women and girls. What should you do, and not do, when engaging men & boys in health promotion and gender equity? Developed by the USAID Interagency Gender Working Group’s Male Engagement Taskforce, this 2-page fact sheet brings together [more…]

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Grant Management Solutions Governance Tools and Templates

These tools and templates were developed by GMS staff and consultants in working with the Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs) and their secretariats around the world. They are meant to support the strategic and operational work of CCMs in their governance and oversight responsibilities.

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Établir les Normes pour la Qualité des Soins au Rwanda
Webinar

Vous êtes invités au second webinaire de la série sur la qualité des soins de MSH afin de partager des expériences et leçons pratiques pour améliorer la qualité des soins à travers tout le continuum des services de santé concernant les femmes, les enfants et les adolescents pour la réalisation de la couverture sanitaire universelle [more…]

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Quality of Care: An Essential Pillar to Achieve Universal Health Coverage for Women, Children, and Adolescents

This webinar series explores experiences and lessons for improving the quality of care along the continuum of health services that reach women, children, and adolescents. Webinar 1: Rethinking Maternal and Newborn Health Services Photo credit: Glenn Ruga Webinar 2: Établir les Normes pour la Qualité des Soins au Rwanda (also available in English) Photo credit: [more…]

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“NOT WITHOUT US!” TOOL FOR AYRH-RESPONSIVE PLANNING (TARP)

Are you a youth advocate who wants to make family planning and reproductive health plans more responsive to the needs of young people? Use this new digital advocacy tool to identify gaps in your countries’ plans and make recommendations for improvement—to share directly with your policymakers. Using TARP, young people and their adult allies follow [more…]

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Youth Family Planning Policy Scorecard

The Youth Family Planning Policy Scorecard dashboard allows users to access, interpret, and compare countries’ youth family planning policies and programming. Users can assess the extent to which a country’s current policy environment enables and supports youth access to and use of family planning. This assessment uses eight indicators that have been shown to be [more…]

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