Connect: Increasing Use of Pospartum Family Planning by First-Time Parents
Led by Save the Children, Connect (2019-2024) uses a phased approach to leverage the reach of large scale "host projects" in two initial countries (Bangladesh and Tanzania.) In each country to reach first time parents (FTPs).
Connect will develop a "program enhancement" which will be an additional activity layered upon the host project's existing approaches to impact FTPs' use of postpartum contraception.
- Factors Impacting Use of Health Services by First-time/Young parents: A Formative Research Toolkit
- Reaching the Youngest Moms and Dads: A Socio-Ecological View of Actors and Factors Influencing First-time Young Parents’ Use of Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Madagascar
- Training Tools: Providing Family Planning and Reproductive Health to Young Married Women and First-Time Parents in West Africa
- Scaling-Up First-Time and Young Parent Access to Postpartum Family Planning: Could Small Shifts Change the Game?
- Beyond the ABCs of FTPs: A Deep Dive into Emerging Considerations for First Time Parent Programs
- “Because my Husband and I Have Never Had a Baby Before…” Results and Lessons from Interventions with First-Time Parents in Madagascar, Mozambique, and Nigeria
- Lessons Learned from an Integrated Approach for Reaching First-time Young Parents in Nigeria
- Meeting the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of Young Married Women and First-time Parents Toolkit
- First Time Parents
- Evidence to Action (E2A) Project's First-Time Parent Framework
- Interventions to Reach Married Adolescents for Increased Contraceptive Use in Niger
- Improving Family Planning Outcomes for First-Time Parents in the Greater Mahale Ecosystem of Tanzania (Brief)
- Reaching Young Women and First-Time Moms with Friendly, Lifesaving Services in Madagascar
- Improving Health and Gender Outcomes for First-Time Parents in Cross River State, Nigeria
- Results Roundup: Webinar on New Findings from First-Time Parent Programs
June 11, 2020