Tékponon Jikuagou is a low-cost package of activities that relies on existing social networks to diffuse new ideas in support of family planning. It works with communities’ own resources, is easily added to existing development projects and portfolios, and is beneficial to both participating communities and implementing agencies. We know from extensive research throughout the […]

Publication | Tékponon Jikuagou | Family Planning | Strategic Scale-up

Welcome to the CycleBeads® Integration Guide, a resource for U.S.-based family planning programs who wish to integrate the Standard Days Method® (SDM), used with CycleBeads, into their services.

page

Contents, Disclaimer, Privacy, and Copyright on the IRH Website The Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH) follows Georgetown University’s established policies on copyright, disclaimers, and terms of use. The following policies have been adapted with permission from the University’s website. Content IRH maintains this website. Please contact the Web Manager should you have questions on site […]

page

[Originally posted on the PSI Impact blog here.] Instances of early pregnancy, gender-based and intimate partner violence, and child marriage are an unfortunate reality for millions of women. In many settings, sustained improvements in family planning and sexual and reproductive health will only be obtained by addressing the social norms—unspoken rules that govern behavior—that inhibit family planning […]

Blog | Passages Project | Adolescents | Gender Equality

Growing Up GREAT! adapts elements of two tested models—Gender Roles, Equality, and Transformations (GREAT) from northern Uganda and GrowUp Smart from Rwanda—for an urban DRC setting. Growing up GREAT! applies an ecological perspective addressing spheres of influence—individual, family, school, community—that most affect early adolescent life experiences. It consists of a toolkit of age-tailored, gender-transformative materials exploring SRH, GBV, and […]

Publication | Passages Project | Adolescents

A new article published in mHeath Journal — “Implementation of CycleTel Family Advice: an SMS-based service to provide family planning and fertility awareness information in India” — details the success and challenges of sharing reproductive health knowledge through mobile technology. Authored by Nicki Ashcroft, Victoria Shelus, Himanshu Garg, Courtney McLaron-Silk, and Victoria Jennings of Georgetown University’s Institute […]

Blog | Mobilizing technology for reproductive health

Beginning with the end in mind.

focus area | FAM Project | GREAT Project | Technical Assistance
page

Gender-based violence is recognized as a significant health and human rights issue that prevents women, families, and countries around the world from achieving their full potential.

project

As a part of the Fertility Awareness for Community Transformation (FACT) Project, the Pragati “Fertility Awareness for Quality of Life” intervention aims to increase fertility awareness and family planning use through existing community networks in five districts of Nepal. As a package of nine learning games followed by discussions, Pragati is being implemented in Nepal […]

Report | FACT Project | Family Planning | Fertility Awareness