This summary served as pre-reading for the Innovations Lab workshop conducted in Ouagadougou in October 2017. It provides an overview of Family Planning with special emphasis on the role of men in Burkina Faso.
This emerging learning document details the lessons learned from the first phase of the Didier comic book series in Cote d’Ivoire, which focused on engaging young men in the informal sector on sexuality, family planning and relationships.
Transform/PHARE (PHARE), a USAID-funded and PSI-powered social and behavior change program, worked across Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, and Niger to break down social barriers as an entry point to generate demand for voluntary family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) care.
This webpage introduces the concept of audience segmentation and provides examples of how it was applied in the Transform/PHARE project.
This webpage introduces the concept of male engagement and provides examples of how it was applied in the Transform/PHARE project.
This webpage introduces the Innovation Lab project, implemented in Burkina Faso under Transform/PHARE.
Didier is a human-centred design (HCD) activity seeking to engage and promote dialogue among young men working in the informal sector of the economy and their partners about contraception and family planning (FP).
This webpage introduces the Engaging Religious Leaders project, implemented in Niger under Transform/PHARE.
This webpage introduces the Sarari project, implemented in Niger under Transform/PHARE.
This webpage introduces the concept of provider behavior change and provides examples of how it was applied in the Transform/PHARE project.