Across the globe, EngenderHealth has proven that even in resource-poor settings, family planning services can be safe, effective, and affordable. We have developed a number of technical publications related to this:
Additional family planning publications are included below.
Integrating Family Planning and Antiretroviral Therapy: A Client-Oriented Service Model
Service integration is an approach in which health care providers use opportunities to engage a client in addressing broader health and social needs beyond those prompting the initial health care encounter. Integrated programming can take many forms, both within the health sector and between sectors (such as integration between health and environment programs). Integration of family planning services with antiretroviral therapy (ART) services offers an opportunity to support the basic human right of people living with HIV to achieve their reproductive intentions. The integration approach presented in this guide encourages supervisors, planners, service providers, and community-based personnel to consider opportunities for operationalizing the integration of family planning into the provision of ART in a way that responds to and respects clients’ needs and desires. While this guide focuses on the integration of family planning with ART, the approach and principles are applicable for integrating core and additional services, whatever they may be. This program guide has a potentially wide range of audiences and applications. Donors, implementing organizations, technical advisors and supervisors, trainers, counselors, and community health personnel may all find this guide helpful in thinking through the steps needed to make service integration a programming reality.
(2014) English. Download this publication (PDF, 2.1MB)
The SEED™ Assessment Guide for Family Planning Programming
Grounded in EngenderHealth’s SEED Programming Model™, this comprehensive, easy-to-use tool helps program managers and staff to identify strengths and weaknesses in their family planning (FP) programs that will inform the design or redesign of these interventions. The guide is intended for family planning program staff in technical organizations, ministries of health, donor agencies, and others working in family planning. To aid staff in assessing their programs, this user-friendly guide outlines a systematic approach that includes 25 key programming elements that are crucial to a holistic, robust FP program; sample outlines for a desk review and final report; and eight adaptable key informant discussion guides.
(2011) English. Available for download
Quick Reference Chart for Contraceptive Methods
This poster, developed by EngenderHealth’s Fistula Care project, provides basic information about a wide range of family planning methods, for the service provider’s reference. Available in English (PDF, 162 KB), French (PDF, 167 KB), and Bangla (PDF, 372 KB).
The RESPOND Project Digital Archive
This digital archive constitutes the RESPOND Project’s legacy of lasting resources and has been designed as a searchable knowledge source for the RH/FP community. The different sections of the archive contain a wide range of resources that were developed over the life of the project, at both the global and the country (field) levels. The archive contains resources ranging from conceptual models, programmatic tools, and technical guidance to analytic reports, advocacy briefs, and presentations on country experiences to revitalize FP.
(2014) Visit the Archive
A Resource Package for Family Planning and Beyond: The ACQUIRE Project Digital Archive
This archive constitutes ACQUIRE’s legacy and has been designed as a searchable knowledge resource for the RH/FP community. The different sections of the archive contain a wide range of resources that were developed over the life of the project, at both the global and the country (field) levels. The resources are organized across eight thematic areas: The ACQUIRE program model; Invest in family planning and LAPMs; Program effectively: principles, models, and tools; Strengthen the quality of services and systems; Community engagement, marketing, and communications; Integrated family planning and LAPMs into other services; Engage Men as Partners(R); Program for the special needs of young married clients.
(2009) Visit the Archive