Inside the FP Story: Season 2, Episode 6 is here


Ados May
 

n our last episode of the season, experts based in Uganda and Madagascar share stories on strengthening partnerships and advocacy.

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INSIDE THE FP STORY PODCAST

 

 

Episode Six:

Strengthening Partnerships and Advocacy for

Family Planning Programs

 

 

In our previous episode, we began exploring scaling up programs that improve the larger health system. In the sixth episode of Inside the FP Story —our last for this season—guests will share stories about strengthening partnerships and advocacy for family planning. Listen in to hear how:

  • In Uganda, IntraHealth International collaborated with multiple partners to deliver unbiased integrated health care and increase voluntary access to a full range of contraceptive methods among rural and underserved communities
  • In Madagascar, Options Consultancy Services Ltd. advocated for and succeeded in removing taxes on donor-funded FP commodities as a means to increase national financing for family planning

We'll hear insights that can help us as we look to shape supportive systems, and ensure that family planning programs can reach all who need them.

 

Thank you for tuning in this season!

Want to read the transcript while you listen? We’ve posted transcripts in English, French, and Spanish on our website.

 

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