Faith-Based Engagement in Family Planning
On May 2, 2018, the Woodrow Wilson Center's Maternal Health Initiative hosted a two-panel event in collaboration with World Vision U.S., focusing on the role of faith-based organizations in controlling the HIV epidemic through reaching men and boys with HIV testing, and improving maternal and child health through Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancy.
This panel discussion was focused on sharing evidence and learnings around faith, family planning, and healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies. Panelists shared research findings on strategies and experience on the faith community's involvement in family planning, and looked at healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies as a component of maternal, newborn, and child health.
- Models of University Engagement with Practice
- Birth Spacing and Family Welfare Sermons
- The Facilitation Primer
- Template for Stakeholder Engagement Plan
- Stakeholder Analysis Matrix
- FRP Guide to Stakeholder Engagement
- Men as More than Partners: Increasing Men’s Use of Sexual and Reproductive Health Products and Services through SBCC
- Integrated SBCC Programs: Key Challenges and Promising Strategies- Webinar
- Engaging Faith Leaders in Family Planning
- Stakeholder Interview Script
March 25, 2019