The Knowledge SUCCESS (Strengthening Use, Capacity, Collaboration, Exchange, Synthesis and Sharing) project improves family planning and reproductive health services for low- and middle-income countries through knowledge management approaches and activities. This work makes critical, high-quality information available and accessible to the family planning community by enabling routine, meaningful sharing of knowledge and by building lasting capacity for collaboration, learning and adaptation.
The project is funded by the Office for Population and Reproductive Health at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and is a consortium of partners led by Johns Hopkins University along with FHI 360, Amref Health Africa and Busara Center for Behavioral Economics.
- Applying behavioral science and design thinking to knowledge management to create products and services for policymakers, program managers and program implementers and to ensure that critical, high-quality family planning and reproductive health information is available, accessible and used
- Supporting neutral, influential knowledge brokers to meaningfully and sustainably facilitate collaboration, knowledge exchange and use within a multidisciplinary set of family planning stakeholders
- Nurturing national and regional cultures of learning, sharing and adapting by strengthening knowledge management capacity at all levels of a family planning and reproductive health system