Family Planning and Reproductive Health

Family planning allows women and couples to determine whether and when to have children. The ability to make these choices is fundamental to healthy families and communities worldwide. Improvement methods can help solve the many operational challenges to delivering family planning and reproductive health services in different settings, including integrating family planning with other health services, assuring the availability of a well-balanced mix of contraceptive methods, and increasing the effectiveness of family planning counseling to increase uptake of modern contraceptive methods at both the facility and community levels.

Cost-effectiveness of Self-assessment and Peer Review in Improving Family Planning Provider-Client Communication in Indonesia

Quality Assurance (QA) methods in developing countries at various health system levels, from national to community. The series focuses on QA applications in child survival, maternal and reproductive health, and infectious diseases. Each...

Improving provider-client communication: reinforcing IPC/C training in Indonesia with self-assessment and peer review

To improve the quality of reproductive health care in Indonesia, refresher training in interpersonal communication and counseling (IPC/C) has been offered to clinic-based family planning service providers who attend to family planning...

Assessing the quality of facility-level family planning services in Malawi

The Case Study series presents real applications of Quality Assurance (QA) methodologies in developing countries at various health system levels, from national to community. The series focuses on QA applications in maternal and...

Pages