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Adolescent-Responsive Contraceptive Services: Institutionalizing adolescent-responsive elements to expand access and choicelinkUSAID Youth Engagement Training In DREAMS CountrieslinkWHO Health Topic: Adolescent HealthlinkTrack20linkUnderstanding the Adolescent Family Planning Evidence BaselinkPrivate Sector CountslinkBuilding a Roadmap for Systematic Private Sector Engagement in HealthlinkEngaging the private health service delivery sector through governance in mixed health systems: strategy report of the WHO Advisory Group on the Governance of the Private Sector for Universal Health CoveragelinkStewarding the Private Sector for Family PlanninglinkFramework for Corporate Action on Workplace Women’s Health and EmpowermentlinkPrivate Sector Engagement in National Health Management Information SystemslinkPublic-Private Partnerships for Family Planning CommoditieslinkThe Private Sector: Key to Reaching Young People with ContraceptionlinkSustainable Growth of Uganda’s Family Planning Market through Improved Private Sector Engagement: A Political Economy Analysislink20 Essential Resources: The Private Sector and Family PlanninglinkImmediate Postpartum Family Planning: A key component of childbirth carelinkGuide women through their postpartum family planning optionslinkFamily Planning and Immunization Integration: Reaching postpartum women with family planning serviceslinkDeveloping Composite Indicators for Integrated Family Planning; Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health; and Nutrition ServiceslinkMedical eligibility criteria for contraceptive uselinkAssessing Opportunities in Post Partum Family PlanninglinkFHI 360 Contraceptive Technology and Reproductive Health Series: Lactational Amenorrhea Method ModulelinkWHO recommendations on antenatal care for a positive pregnancy experiencelinkStatement for Collective Action for Postpartum Family PlanninglinkFamily Planning - A global handbook for providerslinkWHO Selected Practice Recommendations for Contraceptive UselinkSupply Chain Management: Investing in the supply chain is critical to achieving family planning goalslinkMDS-3: Managing Access to Medicines and Health TechnologieslinkReproductive Health Commodity Security and Data VisibilitylinkPrivate Sector EngagementlinkImproving Reproductive Health Supply Chain Design Through Rapid and Flexible Cost ModelinglinkEnsuring universal access to sexual and reproductive health supplieslinkAligning Strategic Documents to Foster a Common Vision for Family PlanninglinkFamily Planning in the Context of Latin America's Universal Health Coverage AgendalinkFP Financing RoadmaplinkGuide for Examining the Legal, Regulatory, and Policy Environment for Family Planning Inclusion in Universal Health Coverage SchemeslinkGuide for Identifying Catalytic Investments to Raise Domestic Resources for Family PlanninglinkDomestic Public Financing: Building a sustainable future for family planning programslinkIs Health Insurance Coverage Associated with Improved Family Planning Access?linkWHO Global Action Plan AcceleratorlinkFamily Planning in Humanitarian Settings: A Strategic Planning GuidelinkIAWG Inter-agency Field ManuallinkMISP Readiness AssessmentlinkContraceptive Services in Humanitarian Settings and in the Humanitarian-Development NexuslinkExpanding Contraceptive Method Choice for Successful Family Planning ProgramslinkAccessing Family Planning in a Crisis: The Potential oOf Contraceptive Self-injectionlinkMethod Choice Framework: A framework to expand contraceptive method choice in client-centered family planning programslinkDMPA-SC Impact ModellinkFamily Planning Evidence Brief: Expanding contraceptive choicelinkTask sharing to improve access to Family Planning/ContraceptionlinkWHO Guideline on self-care interventions for health and well-beinglinkIntegrating Gender into Social and Behavior Change Communication: An Implementation KitlinkSocial and Behavior Change: A critical part of effective family planning programslinkThe Business Case for Investing in Social and Behavior Change for Family PlanninglinkProgram Briefs: Changing Attitudes to Shift Contraceptive DemandlinkSocial and Behavior Change Indicator Bank for Family Planning and Service DeliverylinkSBC for Family Planning Evidence Databaselink

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