Masculinité, Famille et Foi: Promising Shifts In Norms to Support Family Planning in Faith Communities
An 18-month set of scalable activities supported by a research and learning agenda, Masculinité, Famille et Foi sought to build the evidence base for working with faith communities to shift social norms. These social norms shifts, in turn, could have a transformative influence on peoples’ behavior related to FP, IPV, and gender equality, in particular with young couples in life course transitions such as entering new marriage and in becoming parents. This results brief shared findings from the quantitative endline evaluation of Masculinité, Famille et Foi showing promising shifts in norms for FP use, among other outcomes within key populations.
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