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IRH is committed to meeting the evolving family planning needs of women and couples throughout the lifecycle by ensuring they have access to a broad range of options within an informed choice context.

focus area | FAM Project | Tékponon Jikuagou | New & Underused Methods | Mobilizing FBOs | U.S. Projects | AWARENESS Project | Technical Assistance

Early adolescence is a critical transition period in young people’s lives. Yet this age group is often overlooked by youth-serving programs.

focus area | FAM Project | GREAT Project | Technical Assistance

Studies conducted by IRH in numerous countries, and corroborated by Demographic and Health Surveys and other studies, have shown that few women, men, and adolescents really understand their fertility and the way in which their bodies work.

focus area | FAM Project | AWARENESS Project | Technical Assistance

Beginning with the end in mind.

focus area | FAM Project | GREAT Project | Technical Assistance

Technology is changing the world as we know it. We have never been more connected to information or to one another. The internet and mobile phones are shrinking our global borders and providing individuals with access to information and markets like never before.

focus area | FAM Project | Technical Assistance

IRH is first and foremost an applied research organization that focuses on implementation science; monitoring, learning and evaluation (MLE) is intrinsic to our work.

focus area | FAM Project | GREAT Project | Tékponon Jikuagou | New & Underused Methods | Mobilizing FBOs | U.S. Projects | AWARENESS Project | HIV Prevention Project | Technical Assistance

Published in Reproductive Health Journal, this peer-reviewed article reviews data from a three-year quasi-experiment conducted in two comparable, yet not equivalent, rural blocks in Jharkhand, India. Results indicate that women’s normative beliefs concerning wives’ power in decisions regarding money earned and visits to relatives and friends vis-à-vis their husbands’ power were increased by the intervention; similar was the […]

Journal Article | FAM Project | Family Planning | Gender Equality

The article “Systems approach to monitoring and evaluation guides scale up of the Standard Days Method of family planning in Rwanda” published in May 2014 by Global Health: Science and Practice journal describes how a successful pilot program to integrate the Standard Days Method (SDM) of family planning into existing Ministry of Health services was scaled up […]

Journal Article | FAM Project | Family Planning

Integrating the Standard Days Method® (SDM) into family planning programs provides an opportunity to test innovative strategies to engage men in family planning. The publication Engaging Men in Family Planning Service Delivery: Experiences Introducing the Standard Days Method (SDM) in Four Countries gives particular attention to the role that SDM plays in encouraging cooperation of the male […]

Journal Article | FAM Project | Gender Equality | Family Planning

The Cost of Integrating the Standard Days Method (SDM) into Family Planning Programs at Scale and of Providing the SDM in Routine Service Delivery in Guatemala, India, and Rwanda, DHS Occasional Paper No. 6 . The Standard Days Method (SDM) has been part of the family planning modern method mix for over a decade, and […]

Report | FAM Project | Family Planning