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  • Practice Area
    There is an art to improving lives. And it’s in our science.
  • 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.
  • Publication
    This fact sheet summarizes the research agenda being implemented under Envision FP, a five-year contraceptive research award funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development.
  • Project
    The LEAP LNG-IUS Initiative will generate evidence to determine if and how the levonorgestrel intrauterine system might increase contraceptive use and continuation rates in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Publication
    This technical report summarizes results of a mixed methods study in Burkina Faso and Uganda to assess user preferences for six family planning methods currently under development or ready for introduction.
  • Published research
    Prevalence and risk factors associated with STIs among women initiating contraceptive implants in Kingston, Jamaica
    This paper examines the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) as a part of the Sino-implant (II) study, a trial in Kingston, Jamaica, that evaluated whether the initiation of the implant led to more unprotected sex among women ages 18 to 44 years. The authors found that the immediate initiation of Sino-implant (II) was not associated with higher STI prevalence rates over three months for these women. These findings fill an important gap in the evidence regarding the effect of initiation of long-acting reversible contraceptives on STIs.
  • Publication
    This fact sheet summarizes the research agenda being implemented under the Contraceptive Technology Innovation (CTI) Initiative, a contraceptive research grant funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
  • Project
    Envision FP develops, introduces and expands understanding of contraceptive technologies to enhance method choice and reduce unmet need.
  • Past 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...