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Transgender men and other gender-nonconforming people need access to safe #abortions too. https://t.co/zD2hCrRKeE #LGBTQ+ #PrideMonth #SRHR

EngenderHealth welcomes this! Through our Re:MIX program, we are developing innovative, science-based programs and curricula to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes for young people in Texas. https://t.co/F8SlIix2GU #SexEd #SRHR

We are proud to have worked closely with @BloombergDotOrg to strengthen maternal health services in Tanzania!

Today, EngenderHealth celebrates #DayoftheAfricanChild! Together, with @WorldEd and the @StateDept, we are educating youth to combat gender-based violence through the Essential #GBV Prevention and Services Project. #DAC2019

.@Inspire_SRHR: When trans men & women are excluded from conversations around pregnancy, abortion, and contraception, reproductive health becomes yet another obstacle that trans-people have to overcome. https://t.co/YMytBJab83 #Pride #LGBTQ+

EngenderHealth, @WorldEd, and the @StateDept are equipping secondary school students in Malawi with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to combat #SRGBV. #DAC2019

Through the Essential #GBV Services and Prevention Project, EngenderHealth and @WorldEd are helping to educate youth in Malawi on gender-based violence. #DAC2019 @StateDept

20% of #midwives have to look for other means of income on top of their full-time midwifery jobs and 37% of midwives have experienced harassment. #maternalhealth https://t.co/BxlUqYVv3C via @devex

5 million families spend about 40% of their household expenses on #maternalhealth services every year. https://t.co/vDpml2IYJn via @UNICEF

Study: When new fathers are given paid time off, it improves the #postpartum health of new mothers. https://t.co/c1Phsa3OpU #maternalhealth

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The SEED Assessment Guide for Family Planning

With unmet need for family planning remaining high, particularly in the world’s poorest countries, and reproductive health programs struggling to meet the demand for their services, comprehensive assessments are needed to improve family planning programs and ensure that they meet the reproductive intentions of their clients. In response to this need, EngenderHealth developed the SEED™ Assessment Guide for Family Planning Programming, a comprehensive, easy-to-use tool to help program managers and staff determine strengths and weaknesses in family planning programs by identifying programmatic gaps that require further investment or more in-depth assessment prior to (re)designing programmatic interventions. The guide is primarily intended for use by high- or mid-level FP program staff in technical organizations, ministries of health, or donor agencies, though others working in the area of sexual and reproductive health could also find it useful.

The SEED™ Assessment Guide for Family Planning Programming is grounded in EngenderHealth’s SEED Programming Model™, a holistic programming framework based on the principle that sexual and reproductive health programs will be more successful, sustainable, and accountable to the communities they serve if they comprehensively address the three interdependent and mutually supportive components of sexual and reproductive health programs: supply; the enabling environment; and demand.

Download the full publication in English (PDF, 1.5MB) or French (PDF, 2.8MB).

Download a summary description of the SEED model in English (PDF, 543KB) or French (PDF, 1.1MB).

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