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Promoting Evidence-based Vasectomy Programming
Vasectomy is among the most cost-effective and safest family planning methods for meeting the needs of men and women who desire to limit future births, but it is underused in low-resource settings.
Mobile 4 Reproductive Health (m4RH) Toolkit
The Mobile 4 Reproductive Health (m4RH) toolkit provides information from FHI 360’s work in mobile technology for health over several years and is intended to facilitate replication of this SMS-based information service.
Checklists for Screening Clients Who Want to Initiate Combined Oral Contraceptives (COCs)
The combined oral contraceptives (COCs) checklist consists of questions designed to identify medical conditions that would prevent safe COC use or require further screening and assess whether a client might be pregnant.
Checklists for Screening Clients Who Want to Initiate Use of the Copper IUD
The intrauterine device (IUD) checklist consists of questions designed to rule out pregnancy and identify other medical conditions and high-risk behaviors that would prevent safe IUD use or require further screening.
Checklists for Screening Clients Who Want to Initiate DMPA (or NET-EN)
The DMPA/NET-EN checklist consists of questions designed to identify medical conditions that would prevent safe DMPA/NET-EN use or require further screening and assess whether a client might be pregnant.