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| January 29, 2014

IRH presentations from ICFP 2013 now available online

On November 12 – 15, IRH traveled to the 2013 International Conference on Family Planning in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. We shared a number of exciting presentations, panels and posters, highlighting our recent research, programs and lessons learned.

You can download all IRH presentations below, or you can use the author index to locate familiar sessions directly through ICFP here.



Wednesday, November 13

  • Standard Days Method/CycleBeads: A Strategic Approach for Getting to Scale | View Presentation 
  • Applying stigma as a conceptual framework to address unmet need for family planning: A new way forward? | View Presentation
  • Using social diffusion approaches to decrease social barriers to family planning use: Experiences and evaluation of the ‘Each One Invites 3’ campaign in Rwanda | View Presentation
  • Evaluating programs for youth: Age-appropriate, participatory methods | View Presentation

Thursday, November 14

  • Does fertility awareness decrease the likelihood of an unintended pregnancy?: Results from Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Cameroon, DRC, Morocco and the Philippines | View Presentation
  • Becoming CycleSmart: An innovative tool to increase fertility-awareness and puberty knowledge among very young adolescents | View Presentation
  • Beyond standard monitoring and evaluation: Supporting scale up with data | View Presentation
  • Le Bénin au point de décollage de la Planification familiale (Translation: “Revitalization of Family Planning in Benin”) | View Presentation
  • We will be GREAT: Equipping young people with positive gender norms for improved sexual and reproductive health | View Presentation
  • From research methodology to community-action methodology: Applying social network analyses to tackle unmet need for family planning in Benin | View Presentation


Friday, November 15

  • Different methods, different cultures, different approaches – comparing social network analysis results of unmet need in Mali and Benin | View Presentation
  • You can’t scale up alone: Collaborating with faith-based organizations to expand family planning information and services in Rwanda and DRC | View Presentation
  • CycleTel: Expanding Family Planning Method Access via Mobile Phones View Presentation
  • Programmatic implications of definitions: unmet need for family planning | View Presentation 


  • Using Program Evaluation Data for Mid-Course Corrections of a Complex Program: Scaling up Standard Days Method in Rwanda 
  • From Product Innovation to Market Validation: Assessing Market-Based Viability for Bringing a New Contraceptive Method to Market in India | View Poster Summary


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