Family Planning/Digital Health Resource Library

The Digital Health Resource Library provides a list of key resources to enhance information sharing and learning across family planning stakeholders supporting digital health tools in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Featured resources include policy documents, reports, resource guides, and websites that describe the planning, implementation, policy, governance, and evaluation aspects of digital health programming in LMICs.

Addresses challenges facing digital health technologies, including fragmentation, sustainability, and interoperability. Outlines a systems-level approach to supporting partner countries in adopting digital health solutions.

Categorizes ways in which digital and mobile technologies are being used to support health system needs. Designed primarily for public health audiences.

Focuses on family planning and aim to provide a common language for various audiences to promote understanding of digital systems within a defined health program area.

Open-source web platform designed to help governments, technologists, implementers, and donors coordinate, strengthen, and scale digital health activities globally.

A collection of case studies across a range of digital health technologies enhancing family planning programs mainly in sub-Saharan Africa, but also globally.

Designed to help countries create and implement a platform to serve as the underlying infrastructure for an interoperable and integrated national digital health system.

Step-by-step guidance for governments and technical partners for planning, costing, and implementing interventions within a digital health enterprise.

A set of evidence-based family planning practices vetted by experts and documented in an easy-to-use format. Designed to build consensus around family planning solutions.

An interactive digital resource that tracks, monitors, and evaluates the use of digital technology for health across countries.

Consists of more than 3,900 participants across 117 countries that engage in information sharing and provide leadership in digital solutions for global public health.

Details six digital health resources and maturity models that are considered essential tools in the global effort to strengthen health data systems.

Focuses on global software goods, exploring the concept of shelf readiness and highlighting adaptations for COVID-19.

Describes the WHO’s global digital health approach, designed for use by all member states, including those with limited access to digital technologies, goods, and services.

Aims to enable the exchange of data between disparate health information systems to overcome barriers to data quantity, quality, and accessibility.

Designed to help countries and organizations holistically assess, plan, and prioritize interventions and Investments to strengthen a health information system.

Created to help USAID missions, governments, and health implementing organizations access information on a range of mHealth example programs.

Provides step-by-step guidance to improve the quality and value of monitoring and evaluation efforts for digital health interventions. Intended for implementers and researchers.

A framework for the development of a national eHealth vision, action plan, and monitoring approach. Can be applied by governments developing or revitalizing a national strategy.

Nine living guidelines intended to help digital development practitioners integrate established best practices into technology-enabled programs.

Describes the results of a content analysis of family planning digital platforms, including a quality assessment of 11 implemented tools that showed promise for scale.