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10/9/18

CARE Programs Presented at ICFP 2018

 

Bihar Technical Support Program (India)
This program aims to provide catalytic support to the Health and Social Welfare Departments of the Government of Bihar to transform capabilities and behaviors, build ownership towards health programs, and unlock the potential of both public and private sector providers to effectively improve the quality and coverage of maternal and child health, family planning and nutrition interventions.

Chat! (Cambodia)
This project aims to support women garment workers in making informed sexual choices, accessing reliable reproductive health services, and preventing unplanned pregnancies.

IMAGINE (Bangladesh, Niger)
This project aims to assist married adolescent girls in delaying their first births through voluntary use of modern contraceptive methods.

SAFPAC (Chad, DR Congo, Mali)
The SAFPAC (Safe Access to Family Planning and Post-Abortion Care) project integrates essential SRHR services into acute and protracted humanitarian emergencies.

TESFA (Ethiopia)
This project aimed to improve SRH and economic outcomes for young, ever-married adolescent girls (ages 10-19).

CARE's other family planning work

 

Other Resources

Flyer: CARE at ICFP
A list of sessions where CARE's work will be presented at ICFP.

Flyer: IAWG at ICFP
A list of times when IAWG member agencies (including CARE) will discuss their family planning work in humanitarian settings throughout ICFP.

IAWG ICFP key messages graphic: Contraception within emergency response. Essential. Wanted. Needed. Possible.

IAWG ICFP talking points

The Path to 2020: Delivering Transformative, Rights-Based Family Planning (PDF version here)
This report highlights CARE’s progress in expanding access to family planning for women and girls since 2012.

In Depth: CARE's engagement with the 2017 Family Planning Summit

ICFP Blog Series
In partnership with the Girls Globe platform, CARE produced a bi-weekly blog series on personal family planning stories from around the world from World Contraception Day (September 26) through ICFP (November 12-15).

“All men should let their wives start family planning” – Hawa’s story
“Why should women have all the responsibility?” - Parmila's story
“Now I use contraception” – Oun Srey Leak’s story
"A world of hope for adolescent girls" - Olive's story

 

 

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