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Nepal has a high unmet need for family planning. There are many reasons for unmet need. Discussing reproductive health is taboo, and there are pervasive myths about family planning use. As part of the FACT Project, we set out to combat these problems by teaching fertility awareness: actionable information about fertility and the ability to […]

Publication | FACT Project | Fertility Awareness | Family Planning

Recently, Nepal has received a lot of attention from the international community due to a New York Times article on Chhaupadi – the practice of isolating menstruating women and girls – and social taboos around menstruation. As part of the Fertility Awareness for Community Transformation (FACT) Project, the Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH), at Georgetown University is undertaking the Pragati intervention […]

Blog | FACT Project | Gender Equality | Fertility Awareness

Recently, Nepal has received a lot of attention from the international community due to a New York Times article on Chhaupadi – the practice of isolating menstruating women and girls – and social taboos around menstruation. As part of the Fertility Awareness for Community Transformation (FACT) Project, the Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH), at Georgetown University is undertaking the Pragati intervention […]

Blog | FACT Project | Fertility Awareness | Gender Equality

In recent years, reproductive health has been improving in Nepal. However, in some communities, there are still physical and social barriers to care. Roving Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (RANMs) are health workers who live and work in marginalized communities in Nepal. As part of the FACT Project, nine RANMs were hired and deployed in Rupandehi, Nepal. This short […]

Video | FACT Project | Family Planning | Fertility Awareness

Recently, Nepal has received a lot of attention from the international community due to a New York Times article on Chhaupadi – the practice of isolating menstruating women and girls – and social taboos around menstruation. As part of the Fertility Awareness for Community Transformation (FACT) Project, the Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH), at Georgetown University is […]

| FACT Project | Gender Equality | Fertility Awareness | Adolescents

The FACT Project team presents three innovative solutions developed to address an unmet need for family planning, and demonstrates how fertility awareness can be integrated into variety of SBC approaches.

Journal Article | FACT Project | Fertility Awareness

Integrating information about fertility, menstruation, and our bodies into social and behavior change programs

Publication | FACT Project | Family Planning | Fertility Awareness

On a sunny afternoon in the Siraha District of Nepal, a group of young men gathered on the edge of their community to play a card game as they kept an eye on their children playing nearby. The scene was nothing unusual until the group’s leader started to lead the men in a discussion about […]

| FACT Project | A3 Project | Fertility Awareness

WASHINGTON (April 23, 2018) — Researchers from Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH) published a new paper detailing the process of recruiting participants for year-long prospective study to measure the efficacy of an app for avoiding unintended pregnancy.

Blog | FACT Project | Family Planning | Fertility Awareness | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health

The Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH) and Population Media Center (PMC) collaborated under the USAID-funded FACT Project to create Impano n’Impamba, an entertaining serial radio drama that dispelled myths about fertility and family planning in Rwanda. After the drama concluded, a community-level household survey was conducted with a nationally representative sample of women and men of […]

Journal Article | Fertility Awareness | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health