The Transform/PHARE project developed innovative approaches to enhance health-related behavior change programming and family planning outcomes by adapting novel techniques from marketing, advertising, human-centered design, and behavioral economics.
Le projet Transform/PHARE a développé des approches innovantes pour optimiser la programmation du changement de comportement en matière de santé et les résultats de la planification familiale (PF) en adaptant de nouvelles techniques issues du marketing, de la publicité, du design centré sur l’humain et de l’économie comportementale.
This document provides an overview of a provider behavior change solution set, and is intended to encourage ownership and scale-up of the solution set by local partners in Malawi.
Despite recent gains in the use of modern contraceptives around the world, many women are still dissatisfied with their family planning methods and discontinuation remains high.
This article explains that there is a good deal of misinformation that has been spread about the effects of the COVID-19 vaccine that might be detrimental to women's health.
This package of print materials was created to raise awareness about Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U) among female sex workers (FSW) in Ghana.
This tweet from Jhpiego quotes the World Health Organization's recommendations for pregnant women and breastfeeding women during the time of COVID-19.
This brief summarizes the current evidence on interventions used by family planning programs that sought to improve women’s or girls’ economic empowerment and that measured key family planning outcomes.
The poster "You Are Not Alone: Help Is Available If You Experience Violence or Abuse", available in English and Siswati, targets women and families to have a safety plan and access local violence/abuse support services. The material was developed as a response to a noted increase in domestic violence due to COVID-19 lockdown period.