This questionnaire was developed as part of a wider program to use advanced audience segmentation (AAS) techniques in order to properly direct family planning (FP) messages to specific audiences.
This document provides guidance on the different dimensions of human rights that need to be systematically and comprehensively considered in the rights-based provision of sexual and reproductive health services.
These WHO guidelines provide recommendations for programmes as to how they can ensure that human rights are respected, protected and fulfilled, while services are scaled up to reduce unmet need for contraception. Both health data and international human rights laws and treaties were incorporated into the guidance.
This online toolkit combines current guidance and tools that can support planners and managers of continuous Insecticide-Treated Nets (ITN) distribution programs.
In 2012, the Strategic Framework for Malaria SBCC: 2012-2017 set forth an agenda to advocate for and strengthen technical capacity for SBCC; a number of developments have occurred since its publication to warrant an update and extension of the original framework.
The World Health Organization (WHO) convened a technical consultation during 1–2 December 2016 to review new evidence on the risk of HIV acquisition with the use of hormonal contraception.
This Compendium is built around the different themes in the theory of change and includes a focused set of indicators and related assessment tools that have direct and indirect relevance to tracking the links between SRH and HIV programmes at national and sub-national levels.
This is a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) about how the World Health Organization developed its guidelines for hormonal contraception and women at high risk for HIV, as well as basic facts about this issue. Some of the questions are: