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The ‘Empathways’ tool is meant to lead providers and young potential clients through a process that tries to overcome mistrust by fostering empathy to improve family planning.
Susan Rich has been involved with the CCP-led Nigeria Urban Reproductive Health Initiative since it began 10 years ago. In this Q&A, she reflects on a decade of NURHI as it comes to an end.
Asking a woman about her contraceptive preferences and providing information on all options may significantly improve the chances that she will adopt a long-acting family planning method, new CCP research suggests.
It was 2001 when the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs and a local NGO in Pakistan came up with the idea: A toll-free call-in line, staffed by trained counselors, who could answer questions from youth about everything from sexual health to social anxiety. “These
Knowledge for Health (K4Health) is pleased to announce that the newly upgraded POPLINE® website has officially launched. POPLINE® is the largest reproductive health literature database in the world. What’s new? The site has a completely redesigned layout, boasting a fresh new look and easy-to-use interface
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