IRH is committed to meeting the evolving family planning needs of women and couples throughout the lifecycle by ensuring they have access to a broad range of options within an informed choice context.
Addressing gender is implicit in our work. We view gender equity —the differences in access and opportunities between women, men, boys, and girls—as a cross cutting issue that must be embedded throughout the design and evaluation of all of reproductive health programs.
Catalyzing change through games in Nepal
Certain reproductive health topics are difficult to discuss openly. The Pragati games provide an opportunity for open conversations and to challenge harmful norms.Learn more
Explore the social norms in your community with the Social Norms Exploration Tool (SNET)
With a clear understanding of existing social norms, practitioners can design more relevant and effective programs.Learn more