New HIP brief and 3 briefs open for community comment - deadlines October 15 and 22
New HIP brief: Social Marketing
The HIP Partnership is pleased to announce the recently published Social Marketing High Impact Practices brief. An update from the version originally released in 2013, this service delivery brief provides a comprehensive overview of social marketing as it relates to family planning, including evidence-based strategies to implement social marketing practices to maximize family planning investments.
Open for Community Comment:
Meaningful Adolescent and Youth Engagement Strategic Planning Guide - This SPG was developed by partners from the MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership project and IYAFP. Please provide comments on the draft SPG here, using the password hips4fp, and share these links widely with your projects and colleagues working in youth engagement. Comments will be accepted until Friday, October 15th.
Implementing policies: Enabling family planning programs to meet their goals and users’ needs - An update from the version published in 2013, this HIP brief focuses on how the application of a comprehensive policy implementation cycle can support quality family planning programs at scale. Comments on the draft brief can be provided here, using the password hips4fp. Comments will be accepted until Friday, October 22nd.
Social accountability to improve family planning information and services - This new HIP brief focuses on how communities and health sector actors can jointly identify problems and implement and monitor solutions to improve the quality and responsiveness of family planning services. Comments on the draft brief can be provided here, using the password hips4fp. Comments will be accepted until Friday, October 22nd.