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

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.

West African Health Organization Conference Kicks Off, HC3 is in Attendance

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.

Focus on the Right Issues When it Comes to Youth LARC Access

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.

This International Youth Day, Safeguard Future Generations by Offering Universal Access to SRH Services

Today marks International Youth Day 2016, a day each year devoted…

Health Providers are Championing LARCs for Youth

“Many health providers carry strong misconceptions about LARCs…

SBCC and Task Sharing: What’s the Connection?

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

LARC Materials Released for Adaptation and Use

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.

How to Best Serve Youth; Learnings from Women Deliver

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

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).