Community Health Systems Catalog
The recently updated CHS Catalog draws from policies and related documentation across 25 countries with specific attention to family planning.
Advancing Partners & Communities (APC) advances and supports community programs that seek to improve the overall health of communities and achieve other health-related impacts, especially in relationship to family planning.
Interactive data dashboard on youth sexual and reproductive health in Asia and the Middle East.
A snapshot of community health systems in different countries.
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Strengthening NGOs through APC's grant mechanism and capacity building assistance.
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APC works to advance and support community programs that seek to improve the overall health of communities, especially in relationship to family planning (FP). Through global technical leadership and collaboration, APC’s goal is to increase support for and commitment to community-based family planning in USAID priority countries. APC aims to increase access to quality FP services, expand the contraceptive method mix, and improve upon organizations’ capability to manage USAID funds and implement high quality and innovative community-based health programs.
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May 2018 | Guide
The following materials aim to help stakeholders effectively monitor and evaluate CBA2I, as well as advocate for buy-in and changing policy and programs, including piloting, implementing and scaling up programs.
May 2018 | Brief
Since 2015, the Advancing Partners and Communities (APC) project has worked in partnership with the Ugandan Ministry of Health (MOH) to improve the quality of and access to community-based family planning (CBFP) services.
April 2018 | Toolkit
The following materials aim to help stakeholders effectively monitor and evaluate the practice, as well as advocate for buy-in and changing policy and programs, including piloting, implementing and scaling up programs.
March 2018 | Project Highlight
Women leaders of survivor organizations in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone are stepping up across the region to address challenges for Ebola survivors, while promoting gender equality in their countries.