WASHINGTON—In a society where women often lead very restricted lives and men are the primary household decision makers, new research suggests women are empowered when men are included in family planning programs.

Blog | FAM Project | Family Planning | Gender Equality

You have a compelling new idea for a technology product that you think can bring about big health impacts. But how do you ensure that people will actually want to use it? How do you really dig into the interaction between user and product?

Blog | A3 Project | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health | Family Planning

Family planning programs are often directed toward women. They usually give little attention to the way that traditional gender norms—societal and cultural expectations of what it means to be a man or a woman—impact modern method use.

Blog | Family Planning | Gender Equality