In-clinic mobilization is an activity conducted in the health facility during antenatal, post-natal and immunization clinics to increase family planning use by reaching women and couples with family planning information and messages during pregnancy and after delivery.
This document explains the importance of step-down training on FP services to reduce the workload of skilled health workers and to meet the FP needs of their clients.
Outreaches are a method to provide FP information, counseling, and method uptake to members of the community at a minimal or affordable cost.
This brief summarizes the current evidence on interventions used by family planning programs that sought to improve women’s or girls’ economic empowerment and that measured key family planning outcomes.
Dans le cadre du volet VIH, Breakthrough ACTION-Côte d’Ivoire renforcera l’utilisation des services de VIH, y compris le dépistage du VIH chez les populations prioritaires. Cela passera par l’amélioration des liens avec le dépistage, les soins et le traitement.
These videos were created as part of the "Life is Precious, Take Care of It" campaign supported by Breakthrough ACTION Zambia. The videos feature three well-known Zambian figures who encourage youth to be responsible with their sexual activity and to plan for their futures.
These three videos, featuring Bernard, a preacher, Norah a comunity health worker, and Chief Shabila, offer three different perspectives on the work of the Breakthrough ACTION Zambia project, and were created at the end of the project as part of the closing activities.
The Zambia Integrated Systems Strengthening Program (ZISSP) was a four-and-a-half year USAID-funded, Abt Associates-led project which increased the use of quality, high-impact health services through a health systems strengthening approach in Zambia.
The ZISSP team employed interventions to strengthen processes and capacity at all levels of the health system, while simultaneously enhancing access to and use of high-impact health services. These services addressed malaria, family planning, HIV and AIDS, and maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition. ZISSP collaborated with communities to encourage the use of public health services by Zambians and their families.
Working with partner organizations, and led by Abt Associates, JHU CCP managed the social and behavior change aspects of this project.