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K4Health Newsletter | October 2015
Volume 6 | Issue 10

In This Issue:

Spotlight on Sustainable Development

© 2013 Damian Weikum/Yale University, Courtesy of Photoshare With the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the extensive ripple effect of family planning’s benefits across the various goals remains clear. Visit K4Health's new page on Linking Family Planning and Global Development for the latest evidence and tools that illustrate all the ways that investment in family planning is a best buy for the SDGs. Tune into our SDG-focused blog series for smart commentary and practical recommendations, including:

More to come! Would you like to contribute to our blog series on family planning and global development? Contact us.

Fostering Knowledge Exchange at the International Conference on Family Planning
 

International Conference on Family Planning: http://fpconference.org/2015/Are you planning to attend the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) next month? If so, join K4Health as we work to foster knowledge exchange!

 Prior to ICFP, we will be hosting two pre-conference events – a Postabortion Care (PAC) Connection event and a knowledge exchange event. During the conference, we will be welcoming participants at Booth 62 in the exhibit hall and hosting auxiliary events – a storytelling workshop for our Family Planning Voices initiative (in sponsorship with FP2020) and a workshop on “Publishing 101” presented by the Global Health: Science and Practice (GHSP) Journal. We will also be presenting on several panels, and facilitating two sessions in partnership with the Implementing Best Practices (IBP) Consortium.

 A full schedule of our ICFP events will be posted soon to our K4Health blog, so make sure to check back and join us in Nusa Dua!

If you will not be joining ICFP in person, follow the conversation on Facebook and Twitter!

Pave the Road to Game-Changing Global Health Innovation at the Second Annual Global mHealth Forum
 

Join USAID, the mHealth Working Group, and K4Health at the second annual Global mHealth Forum on November 10-11 during the 2015 mHealth Summit, November 8-11, at National Harbor, just outside of Washington DC. Build your capacity to design, implement, and evaluate mHealth initiatives. Explore emerging mHealth trends in low-and-middle income countries and network with mHealth professionals and representatives from NGOs and ministries of health at the Global mHealth Forum. Join us for discussions about mobile and connected health in low- and-middle income countries by participating in sessions on community health, enabling factors, provider challenges, and design methodologies.

Register today!

New High Impact Practices in Family Planning (HIPs) Brief on Leaders and Managers
 

© 2013 SC4CCM/JSI, Courtesy of PhotoshareLeadership and management are both essential elements to developing successful family planning programs. The new Leaders and Managers brief defines common leadership and management traits and provides an overview of how strong leadership and management can improve family planning programs. It also reviews the evidence of the effect of leadership and management strategies on health service outputs and health outcomes and identifies key issues to consider when building leadership and management capacity. 

New HIPS Brief on Adolescent-Friendly Contraceptive Services
 

© 2013 Arturo Sanabria, Courtesy of PhotoshareAnother new brief, Adolescent-Friendly Contraceptive Services (AFCS): Mainstreaming Adolescent-Friendly Elements Into Existing Contraceptive Services, focuses on the elements of AFCS that are typically implemented within a service delivery setting. It describes how mainstreaming AFCS can address key challenges for contraceptive programs, discusses the existing evidence of adolescent-friendly elements, outlines key issues for planning and implementation, and identifies knowledge gaps.

The accompanying Improving Sexual and Reproductive Health of Young People: A Strategic Planning Guide is intended to lead program managers, planners, and decision makers through a strategic process to identify the most effective and efficient investments for improving the sexual and reproductive health of young people.
 

The Costed Implementation Plan Resource Kit: Now Available in French
 

Evaluating financial and technical inputs alongside activity impact is essential to keeping pace with expanded interest in family planning and reaching potential users. Costed Implementation Plans support governments to accomplish the following tasks:

  • Prioritize family planning interventions
  • Detail key activities and outline a roadmap for implementation
  • Estimate the impacts of interventions
  • Project costs and identify gaps
  • Unify stakeholders around one focused family planning strategy. 
The accompanying CIP Resource Kit provides guidance for the CIP process and tools for implementing a comprehensive family planning strategy, monitoring the performance of activities, and planning for continued resource mobilization. The Kit is now available in French and English
 

Adolescents Living with HIV Toolkit Put to Use: Peace Corps Botswana
 

Erin Aggers, a Peace Corps Volunteer in Botswana, co-founded the Tonota Teen Club for adolescents living with HIV (ALHIV) in the village of Tonota. The Tonota Teen Club provides a safe space for young people to share their experiences, build their self-esteem, and learn about healthy lifestyles. Erin used the ALHIV Toolkit and the various resources on treatment literacy, adherence, counseling, and disclosure to help plan lessons and meetings. Erin also incorporated the Children’s Anti-Retroviral Therapy Literacy Series into his lesson plan and now recommends the ALHIV Toolkit to his Peace Corps colleagues.

Read his story

           

The Knowledge for Health (K4Heath) Project is supported by USAID's Office of Population and Reproductive Health, Bureau for Global Health, under Cooperative Agreement #AID-OAA-A-13-00068 with the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) in collaboration with FHI 360, Management Sciences for Health, and IntraHealth International. The contents of this newsletter are the sole responsibility of CCP. The information provided in this newsletter is not official U.S. Government information and does not necessarily represent the views or positions of USAID, the United States Government, or the Johns Hopkins University.

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