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FP2020: Celebrating Progress, Transforming for the Future 🌍

Join us on January 26 at 8am EST for the big #familyplanning celebration event and on the 27th for a deep dive on the annual progress report!

More info: https://bit.ly/2KIaxAP
Register: https://bit.ly/3nNWZSw

Just over one week to go until the first #NotWithoutFP Forum - featuring exciting programming, engaging digital content, a Virtual Exhibit Hall, and special plenary sessions focused on COVID-19’s impact on the #SRHR community.

Register now! --> http://ICFP2021.org #ICFP2021 https://twitter.com/UNFPAasia/status/1337673328744546304

When girls have access to reproductive healthcare services, they're more likely to...

🧑🏽‍🎓stay in school
✨ fulfil their ambitions
💵 be economically empowered
🌎 contribute to a more equal, sustainable world.

#EducationDay

As a consortium partner on the @USAID Boresha Afya Southern Zone project, @EngenderHealth supports cervical cancer prevention (CECAP) trainings for providers like Castus Mpinda. Stay tuned for more CECAP highlights from @USAIDTanzania for #CervicalHealthMonth!

Climate change threatens so much: from access to nutritious food and clean water to a woman’s ability to earn an income and a girl’s chance of staying in school. We're happy to see @POTUS rejoin the #ParisAgreement on #DayOne https://twitter.com/PackardFdn/status/1352021905407139848

We’re seeking 2 consultants to support our Comms & Marketing team. The consultants can be based anywhere in the world.
Digital Comms/Project Management Consultant: http://bit.ly/EH-Consultant1
Writing, Story Gathering, Storytelling, Supporting Comms Consultant: http://bit.ly/EH-Consultant2

Today, Dr. Fauci reaffirmed the US’s commitment to #globalhealth cooperation & pledged to remain in @who. He also promised to “support women’s and girls’ sexual and reproductive health & reproductive rights,” including revoking the harmful Global Gag Rule. http://bit.ly/3sUC6sy

Rejoining the @WHO is a critical step in re-establishing U.S. leadership in global health. We applaud the #BidenAdministration for quickly taking this action that will save lives. #InaugurationDay Let's get to work. http://bit.ly/35Y8Sz6

For #CervicalHealthMonth, @USAID will highlight some of our Cervical Cancer Prevention champions and beneficiaries in #Tanzania. Through our Boresha Afya activity we provide support and outreach to providers and underserved facilities across the country.
@EngenderHealth @Deloitte

This month, the U.S. swears in a new President, VP, Congress People, and Senators. These changes are an opportunity to focus on important policy goals. The U.S. has significant influence on global health issues, including sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice. 1/2

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Overview

EngenderHealth leads in improving the quality of health care in the world’s poorest communities. Quality health care – particularly reproductive health care and family planning services – means that providers listen; ensure that clients are able to make informed and voluntary decisions about their care; are responsive to clients’ needs; maintain clients’ privacy; and practice proper infection prevention.

Working closely with local governments and health facilities, EngenderHealth also improves quality by helping increase communication between staff and supervisors through an approach called facilitative supervision, monitoring health services to find the gaps between established standards and actual practice, and addressing the diverse learning needs of health care staff at a facility through whole-site training.

Toward these goals, EngenderHealth has developed a number of handbooks, curriculum, processes and tools:

  • COPE®, which stands for “client-oriented, provider-efficient” services, helps health care staff improve the quality, efficiency, and responsiveness of services provided at their facility.
  • Facilitative supervision, a system of management in which supervisors focus on the needs of their staff through mentoring, joint problem solving, and two-way communication.
  • Whole-site training and courses in infection prevention are among our other materials that work to improve quality at the service site.

 
Additional improving clinical quality publications are included below.


Transforming Access to IUDs in Gujarat and Rajasthan
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 11.2 MB)

Addressing Provider Attitudes and Biases in Family Planning Service Delivery
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 493 KB)

Best Practices in Clinical Trainings: Lessons Learned from the Expanding Access to IUDs in India (EAISI) Project
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 441 KB)

Self-Learning Instructional Module and Practicum (SLIM-P): An Innovative Strategy for Intrauterine Contraceptive Device Training
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 256 KB)

Strengthening Postabortion Contraceptive Services: Lessons Learned from the Expanding Access to IUDs in India (EAISI) Project
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 391 KB)

Potential for Improving IUD Service Delivery Quality
(2020) English. View this publication (PDF, 499 KB)

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