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This PowerPoint presentation was originally shared on May 23, 2013 during the “Mobile Technology & Family Planning: New Findings and Next Steps” End of Project meeting to discuss findings and experiences of IRH’s and FHI360’s family planning mHealth initiatives as part of the FAM and PROGRESS projects. This joint meeting provided an opportunity to share […]

Publication | FAM Project | FAM: Direct-to-consumer | Standard Days Method® | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health | Family Planning

The Fertility Awareness-based Methods (FAM) Project, a six-year USAID-funded activity tasked with the mission to scale up the Standard Days Method® (SDM) and increase access to and use of the TwoDay Method®, and the Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM) within the framework of informed choice comes to an end this month.

Blog | FAM Project | FAM: Adolescents | FAM: Direct-to-consumer | FAM: Faith-based Organizations | FAM: Gender | FAM: Scale-up | Family Planning | Adolescents | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health | Strategic Scale-up

USAID is investing in new tools and communication technologies to improve lives, educate, and empower women. This includes innovations like CycleTel, which “…helps women take charge of their reproductive health by enabling them to track their fertility status during each menstrual cycle.”

Blog | FAM Project | FAM: Direct-to-consumer | Family Planning | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health

While it is commonplace to shop online for shoes, clothes, books, and more, have you ever considered purchasing family planning methods online? As the Global South becomes increasingly connected through technology, the reproductive health community is considering how to harness the power of this rapid change to expand access to family planning and empower individuals […]

Blog | FAM: Direct-to-consumer | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health | Family Planning

In Thomas Friedman’s column under the New York Times Opinion, he describes his first encounter with the “virtual middle class” during a trip to India in his article, “The Virtual Middle Class Rises.”

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CycleTel™, a mHealth service that supports use of the Standard Days Method® (SDM) of family planning in India, is an  innovation developed by Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH) with support from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) under the FAM Project.  

Video | FAM Project | Family Planning | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health

This brief overviews the proof-of-concept, technology platform, pilot testing, and plan for scale for CycleTel™, the mHealth service created by Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health.  

Publication | FAM Project | FAM: Direct-to-consumer | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health | Family Planning