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Are you thinking about a summer getaway? If so, Travel with WTFP - upload a selfie & tag us! https://t.co/HtLly6JA6s #WherestheFP

Jafta never had a male role model. Now he is one in #SouthAfrica! Read more: https://t.co/WuyARMyKSV #MenAsPartners

The @UN has a particular responsibility to lead by example in ensuring the equal & active participation of women at all levels.

We're working towards this goal every day, everywhere: https://t.co/Cpdl0psGko

“Reaching women and girls affected by crises with #familyplanning must be understood as a critical rights issue.” More from Jenn Schlecht, FP2020 Senior Advisor, Emergency Preparedness and Response: https://t.co/MOP6URhoLf #WRD2018 #WeAreFP2020

YES! This vintage ad from 1995 Mexico promotes the many #familyplanning options to choose from! #TBT #WheresTheFP

•Let's acknowledge the link between the #GlobalGoals, equality for women, and peace #WheresTheFP

Wise words from our #WCW , the fabulous @jk_rowling! Take power into your own hands & advocate for #ReproHealth: https://t.co/vPrn5at4Hd #WheresTheFP

Rashida survived her last pregnancy thanks to counseling from an EngenderHealth-trained health worker! https://t.co/5T7UtXgTHU

At least 1 in 5 refugees or displaced women in complex humanitarian settings have experienced sexual violence. This #WorldRefugeeDay, demand policies that can ensure their safety! #WithRefugees

“I don’t want to get married now. I want to become an architect,” says Yanal (16), a Syrian refugee in Jordan.

On #WorldRefugeeDay, we’re proud to stand #WithRefugees like Yanal who want to take notes in class not take vows in marriage: https://t.co/t24r3rEwgu

#ENDChildMarriage

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The RESPOND Project

From 2008 to 2014, EngenderHealth was the managing partner of the project Responding to the Need for Family Planning through Expanded Contraceptive Choices and Program Services (RESPOND). Supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), RESPOND expanded family planning services and improved reproductive health in 11 countries.

The aim of RESPOND was to increase access to a range of contraceptives, with particular focus on long-acting and permanent methods. These effective methods (implants, IUDs, and male and female sterilization) remain underutilized in many developing countries, even though they are safe, convenient, and cost-effective. To do so, RESPOND followed a holistic model:

  • Improving the quality and supply of family planning
  • Strengthening the demand for family planning among clients
  • Advocating with local officials for supportive policies and increased resources

The project’s online Digital Archive contains a wide range of materials that were developed at both the global and the country levels: conceptual models, programmatic tools, technical guidance, advocacy briefs, videos, and more.

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