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HC3's LARC Materials for Youth Being Used by 20 Organizations in 19 Countries

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Since their release, 20 organizations in 19 countries have asked to use the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative's long-acting reversible contraceptive materials in their work.
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West African Health Organization Conference Kicks Off, HC3 is in Attendance

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Erin Portillo, Family Planning Program Officer at HC3 presented at WAHO's Best Practice Forum Youth Pre-conference and is attending the two-day conference in Abidjan, Cote d’Iviore.
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Focus on the Right Issues When it Comes to Youth LARC Access

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Long-acting reversible contraceptive and permanent method Community of Practice members and supporters met at the September 20 Consensus to Action meeting in Washington, DC.
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Health Providers are Championing LARCs for Youth

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“Many health providers carry strong misconceptions about LARCs…
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SBCC and Task Sharing: What’s the Connection?

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What role can social and behavior change communication play in task sharing for better family planning outcomes?

LARC Materials Released for Adaptation and Use

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Projects and organizations worldwide interested in expanding the contraceptive method mix for young people to include LARCs through generating demand among youth and improving provider-client interaction during contraceptive counseling sessions are free to use and adapt these materials.
Portraits in the exhibition room highlight the power of youth.
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How to Best Serve Youth; Learnings from Women Deliver

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One of the defining features of the recent Women Deliver conference was the spotlight on youth leaders from around the world.

Your Questions on LARCs – Answered

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The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) recently…

Webinar on LARC Methods: Increasing Contraceptive Options for Youth

This webinar, held on April 26, 2016, discussed important milestones…

Long-Acting Reversible Contraception Posters

The seven posters help health care providers counsel young women on the benefits of Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs).