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Project: Breakthrough RESEARCH
Social and Behavioral Change ( SBC) intervention can increase modern contraceptive use depends on existing behaviors and attitudes, the effectiveness of the intervention, and how much the intervention is scaled up.
When a family is faced with a major disaster, how well are they able to respond? Can they find work? Feed everyone? Stay healthy? This interactive feature and policy brief address those questions.
Building Resilience Through Family Planning: A Transformative Approach For Women, Families, and Communities
In many developing countries, chronic poverty, repeated economic and environmental shocks, and poor health—including lack of access to and use of modern contraceptives—contribute to recurring cycles of crisis.
Rapport.Vers Une Plus Grande Résilience Grâce À La Planification Familiale
Vers Une Plus Grande Résilience Grâce À La Planification Familiale : Une Approche Transformatrice Qui S’adresse Aux Femmes, Aux Familles Et Aux Collectivités
Project: Evidence Project
Working Paper. The Impact of Population, Health, and Environment Projects: A Synthesis of the Evidence
(2015) A new working paper by the Evidence Project synthesizes the available research from the latest generation of population, health, and environment (PHE) projects, providing a detailed account of the benefits of integrated projects and gaps in the evidence base.