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


Ados May
 

n this week's episode, experts from Tanzania,  Nigeria, and Bangladesh share integrated family planning approaches.

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INSIDE THE FP STORY PODCAST

 

 

Episode Two:

Integrating FP Services With Other Health Areas

 

 

In the second episode of Inside the FP Story, we continue the theme of community engagement, but focus on integrating family planning services with other health areas and settings. Tune in to hear how:

  • In Southern Tanzania, EngenderHealth integrates family planning into HIV and tuberculosis screening days, immunization services, and HIV care and treatment facilities
  • In Nigeria, The Clinton Health Access Initiative, in collaboration with the Nigerian Ministry of Health, ensures women receive voluntary postpartum family planning information at all points of care
  • In Bangladesh, the International Rescue Committee leads discussion groups among men in Rohingya refugee camps

We examine specific actions that programs can take to involve communities and meet family planning needs— and what elements of these integrated programs can be replicated in other settings.

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

 

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Inside the FP Story podcast is a series that explores the details of family planning programming. This season is brought to you by Knowledge SUCCESS and the World Health Organization (WHO)/IBP Network.

 

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