What are Your Plans?

This material is from the Healthy Women of Ukraine (HWUP) program. The goal of HWUP, which runs from 2011-2016, is to protect the reproductive health of Ukrainian women and couples by increasing the appropriate and effective use of modern methods of contraception as an alternative to unintended pregnancy and associated abortion. HWUP was a follow-on project to an earlier program, Together for Health, which ran from from 2006-2011.

Evaluation of the project thus far shows the following;

  • 7.8 million Ukrainians have been reached with the program’s messages
  • More than 25,000 people, mainly youth, have participated in FP/RH education sessions
  • 87% of education session participants plan to use modern family planning methods in the future
  • The number of access points for family planning and reproductive services has increased more than 300% in HWUP partner oblasts
  • More than 2,600 health care providers have been trained in modern family planning approaches and counseling

This poster is aimed at young people and offers information about the various types of information and services/social network options available on the program’s website.

Source: Healthy Women of Ukraine Program (HWUP)

Date of Publication: April 27, 2022

Handbook for Media: the Coronavirus and COVID-19

This is a handbook designed to help the media to support and communicate with their audiences about the COVID-19 pandemic. It is available in English, Ukrainian and Romanian.

Last modified: May 17, 2021

Language: English, Romanian, Ukrainian

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    Practice Guide: Behaviour Change Communication during Crisis

    This guide provides tips, recommendations, and templates for nonprofit organizations in response to COVID-19.

    Included are various modules:

    • Part 1: Communication about Health Behaviors
    • Part 2: Mobilization of Resources
    • Part 3: Crisis Communication Plan
    • Part 4: Building an Internal Communication Strategy
    • Part 5: Remote Work Setup
    • Part 6: Behavior Change Resources

    Last modified: July 21, 2020

    Language: English, Ukrainian

    Planned Choice

    This material is from the Healthy Women of Ukraine (HWUP) program. The goal of HWUP, which runs from 2011-2016, is to protect the reproductive health of Ukrainian women and couples by increasing the appropriate and effective use of modern methods of contraception as an alternative to unintended pregnancy and associated abortion. HWUP was a follow-on project to an earlier program, Together for Health, which ran from from 2006-2011.

    Evaluation of the project thus far shows the following;

    • 7.8 million Ukrainians have been reached with the program’s messages
    • More than 25,000 people, mainly youth, have participated in FP/RH education sessions
    • 87% of education session participants plan to use modern family planning methods in the future
    • The number of access points for family planning and reproductive services has increased more than 300% in HWUP partner oblasts
    • More than 2,600 health care providers have been trained in modern family planning approaches and counseling

    This brochure explains all of the modern family planning methods, and lists advantages and disadvantages of each. It is designed to be used in coordination with the poster of methods in a clinic setting.

    Source: Healthy Women of Ukraine Program (HWUP)

    Date of Publication: March 25, 2019

    TOT Curriculum: Modern Aspects of Family Planning

    This curriculum is from the Healthy Women of Ukraine (HWUP) program. The goal of HWUP, which runs from 2011-2016, is to protect the reproductive health of Ukrainian women and couples by increasing the appropriate and effective use of modern methods of contraception as an alternative to unintended pregnancy and associated abortion. HWUP was a follow-on project to an earlier program, Together for Health, which ran from from 2006-2011.

    Evaluation of the project thus far shows the following;

    • 7.8 million Ukrainians have been reached with the program’s messages
    • More than 25,000 people, mainly youth, have participated in FP/RH education sessions
    • 87% of education session participants plan to use modern family planning methods in the future
    • The number of access points for family planning and reproductive services has increased more than 300% in HWUP partner oblasts
    • More than 2,600 health care providers have been trained in modern family planning approaches and counseling

    This is a curriculum to teach trainers how to train health care professionals about the modern aspects of FP. The training program on modern aspects of FP was developed in order to to improve the professional skills of health care providers.

    Source: Healthy Women of Ukraine Program (HWUP)

    Date of Publication: March 25, 2019

    Advocacy Package & Infographic – Family Planning in the Ukraine

    This advocacy package and set of infographics are from the Healthy Women of Ukraine (HWUP) program. The goal of HWUP, which runs from 2011-2016, is to protect the reproductive health of Ukrainian women and couples by increasing the appropriate and effective use of modern methods of contraception as an alternative to unintended pregnancy and associated abortion. HWUP was a follow-on project to an earlier program, Together for Health, which ran from from 2006-2011.

    The Advocacy Package consists of the evidence-based facts and arguments that prove the necessity to implement activities on family planning in Ukraine. The infographics illustrate key arguments from the Advocacy Package.

    Source: Healthy Women of Ukraine Program (HWUP)

    Date of Publication: March 25, 2019

    Trainer’s Manual on FP/RH

    This manual is from the Healthy Women of Ukraine (HWUP) program. The goal of HWUP, which runs from 2011-2016, is to protect the reproductive health of Ukrainian women and couples by increasing the appropriate and effective use of modern methods of contraception as an alternative to unintended pregnancy and associated abortion. HWUP was a follow-on project to an earlier program, Together for Health, which ran from from 2006-2011.

    Evaluation of the project thus far shows the following;

    • 7.8 million Ukrainians have been reached with the program’s messages
    • More than 25,000 people, mainly youth, have participated in FP/RH education sessions
    • 87% of education session participants plan to use modern family planning methods in the future
    • The number of access points for family planning and reproductive services has increased more than 300% in HWUP partner oblasts
    • More than 2,600 health care providers have been trained in modern family planning approaches and counseling

    The Manual has been designed for the trainers who will be conducting sessions on family planning and reproductive health issues for service providers.

    Source: Healthy Women of Ukraine Program (HWUP)

    Date of Publication: March 25, 2019

    Ask Me about Informed Choice Billboard

    This material is from the Healthy Women of Ukraine (HWUP) program. The goal of HWUP, which runs from 2011-2016, is to protect the reproductive health of Ukrainian women and couples by increasing the appropriate and effective use of modern methods of contraception as an alternative to unintended pregnancy and associated abortion. HWUP was a follow-on project to an earlier program, Together for Health, which ran from from 2006-2011.

    Evaluation of the project thus far shows the following;

    • 7.8 million Ukrainians have been reached with the program’s messages
    • More than 25,000 people, mainly youth, have participated in FP/RH education sessions
    • 87% of education session participants plan to use modern family planning methods in the future
    • The number of access points for family planning and reproductive services has increased more than 300% in HWUP partner oblasts
    • More than 2,600 health care providers have been trained in modern family planning approaches and counseling

    This billboard promotes the hotline for the program and the website “Ask me about informed choice.”

    Source: Healthy Women of Ukraine Program (HWUP)

    Date of Publication: March 25, 2019

    Trainers Manual for “Grow Healthy”

    This material is from the Healthy Women of Ukraine (HWUP) program. The goal of HWUP, which runs from 2011-2016, is to protect the reproductive health of Ukrainian women and couples by increasing the appropriate and effective use of modern methods of contraception as an alternative to unintended pregnancy and associated abortion. HWUP was a follow-on project to an earlier program, Together for Health, which ran from from 2006-2011.

    This is a manual for trainers in the framework of the educational program “Grow Healthy.” This manual is for teachers and social workers who will further work with teenagers and youth on FP/RH issues.

    Source: Healthy Women of Ukraine Program (HWUP)

    Date of Publication: March 25, 2019

    BCC Manual for Trainers

    This material is from the Healthy Women of Ukraine (HWUP) program. The goal of HWUP, which runs from 2011-2016, is to protect the reproductive health of Ukrainian women and couples by increasing the appropriate and effective use of modern methods of contraception as an alternative to unintended pregnancy and associated abortion. HWUP was a follow-on project to an earlier program, Together for Health, which ran from from 2006-2011.

    This manual is intended for trainers who will conduct educational sessions for the general population on FP/RH issues.

    Source: Healthy Women of Ukraine Program (HWUP)

    Date of Publication: March 25, 2019