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In global health, gender competency enables health workers to identify how different norms, social constructs, roles, expectations, power differentials, opportunities, and constraints assigned to women, men, girls, and boys may influence behavior and choices. A gender-competent health worker strives to apply the needed knowledge,...

This report documents the extent to which 10 countries have adopted policies, service delivery guidelines, or other government documents in line with current scientific evidence and WHO guidelines on task sharing the provision of family planning methods. ...

Around the world, gender norms influence the ability of couples and families to meet their family planning needs. HRH2030 developed the competency framework and technical brief to help service providers better understand what ‘gender sensitive communication’ really means and how to practice gender awareness....

USAID's HRH2030 program is working in three target regions in Mali — Kayes, Koulikoro, and Sikasso — to implement a community-based strategy to improve maternity, family planning, and nutrition services, and reduce maternal, newborn, and child mortality. By building the coaching and mentoring capacity...

Although more people than ever before are using family planning services to satisfy their reproductive health intentions, the ambitious global goal of 120 million additional contraceptive users will not be met by 2020. New and different partnerships and strategies are needed to improve...

HRH2030 is excited to announce its upcoming participation at the International Conference on Family Planning in Kigali, Rwanda! The International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) brings together the family planning community to share best practices, celebrate successes, and plan a way forward towards overcoming...