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  • Feature
    Markus Steiner and Kate Rademacher of FHI 360 discuss the long-term effort to increase global access to contraceptive implants at an affordable price.
  • Published research
    Mentoring interventions and the impact of protective assets on the reproductive health of adolescent girls and young women
    This literature review examines mentoring programs for adolescent girls and young women and the potential for these programs to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes. Group-based mentoring programs demonstrated the most promise, and successful interventions consisted of multiple components, including mentoring. Despite promising evidence, the authors suggest more research to better understand the relationship between reproductive health and access to social and economic resources and the impact of mentoring programs.
  • Tools
    This manual provides research staff of HIV prevention clinical trials with strategies to support adherence to the use of antiretroviral-based vaginal rings and potentially other HIV prevention products.
  • Past Project
    Injectable contraceptives are among the most popular family planning options. They are safe, effective and discreet. But, in many countries, they are not widely available outside clinic settings. 
  • Project
    The goal of the Contraceptive Technology Innovation (CTI) Initiative is to develop new and strategically important contraceptives, through a strong focus on global partnerships, that ensures wide access to quality, affordable and acceptable products...
  • Tools
    Youth InfoNet is one-stop electronic source that contains new publications and information on youth reproductive health and HIV prevention. It features new program resources with links such as tools, curricula, program reports and unpublished...
  • Publication
    July 2012 — FHI 360 and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) invited key partners to attend a series of end-of-project meetings convened by the Program Research for Strengthening Services (PROGRESS) project, a five-year...
  • Project
    In Zambia, FHI 360’s extensive field experience is complemented by a research program that is robust and growing, particularly in the area of HIV prevention and treatment. We collaborate with local and international partners to generate knowledge...
  • Project
    FHI 360 partnered with the Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA) at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and with U.S.-based CONRAD to conduct the first study of the effectiveness of a microbicidal product containing an...
  • Publication
    Between 2007 and 2009, FHI 360 conducted three assessment studies of preventing mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services in Kenya, Rwanda and South Africa.