Advocacy Tools

Repositioning Family Planning: Decision Support Tool Manual

"MEASURE Evaluation PRH developed a simple decision support tool to accompany the framework and indicators. This decision support tool provides a way for stakeholders to gather information about the indicators and to receive progress feedback to support decision making."

Framework for Monitoring and Evaluating Efforts to Reposition Family Planning

"This framework for monitoring and evaluating (M&E) the repositioning of family planning services can ultimately be used by international donors, governments, and programs to assess their efforts, identify gaps in strategies to reposition family planning in countries, and to inform funding, program design, policy and advocacy, and program planning and improvement."

Communicating Research to Policymakers: Researchers' Experiences

"This brief highlights the experiences of four research teams who communicated findings from studies supported under the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation's Population and Poverty Research Initiative (PopPov). "

Status Report: Adolescents and Young People in Sub-Saharan Africa

"PRB, in collaboration with UNFPA, developed a specialized interactive map and publication about young people in sub-Saharan Africa. The interactive map and report present available data for 25 specific indicators, disaggregated by age and sex when possible."

PRB ENGAGE Presentation - Population, Health, and Environment Working Together

"Population, health, and environment initiatives (PHE) can be more effective than single-sector efforts in improving people’s lives, demonstrates a new PRB ENGAGE presentation."

PRB ENGAGE Presentation - Family Planning: The Changing Path of Unmet Need

"PRB's ENGAGE presentation, "Family Planning: The Changing Path of Unmet Need," aims to improve understanding of why women who say that they want to postpone their next birth, or not have any more children, are not using any form of contraception."

FP2020’s Rapid Response Mechanism

"The RRM supports projects that respond to emerging and urgent opportunities that will help FP2020 meet its goal of enabling 120 million more women and girls to use contraceptives by 2020."