Consolidating the Evidence: Increasing Family Planning Uptake through Social and Behavior Change

This September 6, 2017 webinar, hosted by the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative, spotlighted emerging platforms that centralize family planning (FP) and social and behavior change (SBC) tools and evidence – among them, HC3’s new SBC/FP Evidence database, which features nearly 250 peer-reviewed articles highlighting SBC’s contribution to modern FP uptake in low- and middle- income countries around the world.

This webinar was moderated by Joan Kraft, PhD, Gender Advisor, Global Health Bureau, USAID

Presenters included:

Rebecka Lundgren, MPH, PhD, Director of Research and the Passages Project, Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health [Presentation: Passages Stakeholder Assessment: Advancing Normative Change for Adolescents Together]

Leslie Snyder, PhD, HC3 Consultant, Professor in Dept. of Communication, University of Connecticut [Presentation: Development and Characteristics of the Interventions in the Database on Effective Family Planning Interventions]

Erin Portillo, MPH, HC3 Family Planning Program Officer [Presentation: HC3’s Social and Behavior Change/Family Planning Evidence Database]

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