Case Studies

AFP developed a series of case studies to document the process of achieving quick wins in AFP countries. Templates and guidelines for developing the case studies are included below.


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Date Title Sourcesort descending Edit
2016

étud de cas: Revitaliser la planification familiale dans les villages d'Indonésie

Un changement récent des lois indonésiennes permet aux dirigeants des plus petites unités de gouvernance –les villages– d’exercer de plus grandes...
2016

Case Study: High-level Leaders Commit to Integrating Sexual and Reproductive Health Education in Burkina Faso

“My government will make the fight against unplanned adolescent pregnancies in schools our fight,” declared Burkina Faso’s Prime Minister Paul Kaba...
2016

Case Study: Opportunistic Advocacy to Advance Family Planning

At the 2012 London Summit on Family Planning, government leaders in both developed and developing nations set an aspirational goal: to enable 120...
2016

Case Study: Tanzania’s Largest Private Health Insurer Covers Family Planning

T anzania sees universal health coverage as a goal for all its citizens—but, like many countries, struggles with implementation. Immediately after...
2016

Étude de Cas: De hauts dirigeants s’engagent à intégrer l’éducation de santé sexuelle et reproductive au Burkina

«Mon gouvernement fera de la lutte contre les grossesses non désirées des adolescentes en milieu scolaire notre combat, » a déclaré le Premier...
2016

Étude de Cas: Le plaidoyer opportuniste comme moyen de faire progresser la planification familiale

Lors du Sommet de Londres sur la Planification Familiale de 2012, les dirigeants gouvernementaux des pays en voie de développement et des nations...
2016

Étude de Cas: Le plus grand assureur de santé privé de Tanzanie couvre la planification familiale

La Tanzanie conçoit la couverture sanitaire universelle comme un objectif pour tous ses citoyens, mais comme dans de nombreux pays, cette vision a du...
2016

étud de cas: Les Instituts d'Enseignement Supérieur en Tanzanie font de l'accès des étudiants à la planification familiale une priorité

Au début du mois d’octobre 2014, plusieurs Instituts d’Enseignement Supérieur (IES) en Tanzanie ont joint leurs forces pour améliorer l’accès des...
Advance Family Planning
2016

étud de cas: Trouver des voies alternatives pour que les commodités contraceptives arrivent aux mains des utilisatrices en Ouganda

En Ouganda, le secteur privé fournit la majorité (60%) des services de contraception. La capacité du secteur privé à répondre aux besoins des...
Advance Family Planning
2015

CASE STUDY: Advocating for Global Guidelines on Family Planning Task-Sharing

Originally written in July 2013In December 2012 the World Health Organization (WHO) issued guidance on task-sharing for the provision of maternal and...
Advance Family Planning
2016

étud de cas: Un plaidoyer au Zanzibar mène à la réduction des ruptures de stocks des commodités de planification familiale

Avoir accès à la contraception implique une série d’étapes complexes, allant du fabriquant au distributeur à l’acheteur, aux entrepôts de médicaments...
Advance Family Planning
2016

étud de cas: Comment un plaidoyer stratégique a amené le Burkina Faso à autoriser un projet pilote de partage de tâches

Le 7 novembre 2014, le Ministère de la santé du Burkina Faso a autorisé un projet pilote de partage de tâches de planification familiale dans les...
Advance Family Planning
2014

Indonesian Mayors Invest in Family Planning

Mayors in five Indonesian districts increased their budgets for family planning substantially, prompted by evidence on the returns for their...
AFP
2014

Tanzanian NGOs and Government Open Door to Improve Contraceptive Supply System

On October 24, 2012, the MoHSW authorized new accountability guidelines allowing non-governmental organizations to access contraceptive commodities...
AFP
2014

Addressing Contraceptive Stock-outs Caused by Procurement Delays in Tanzania

In August 2013, the Government of Tanzania approved a major change in how it purchases contraceptives in an effort to ensure a consistent flow of...
AFP
2014

Advocating with Data and Deference to Stakeholders: Increasing Community Access to Injectable Contraceptives in Kenya

The Government of Kenya amended its national family planning guidelines to allow community-based distribution of injectable contraceptives by...
AFP
2014

Ugandan Parliament Sharpens Focus on Family Planning through Passage of National Population Council Bill

On July 23, 2013, the Parliament of Uganda passed the National Population Council Bill 2011, which will create a new, autonomous government body to...
AFP
2015

Case Study: AWLN – Influencing the United Nations Commission on Population and Development Outcome

The African Women Leaders Network for Reproductive Health and Family Planning (AWLN) successfully advocated for the inclusion of strong family...
AFP
2015

Case Study: Democratic Republic of the Congo Commits to Family Planning through the Global FP2020 Partnership

The government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) committed to support family planning on November 15, 2013 at the 3rd International...
AFP
2015

Case Study: Indonesian Advocacy Working Groups Revitalize Family Planning Efforts at the District Level

With a strong track record in family planning and engagement of national leaders, Indonesia shows promise in meeting its Family Planning 2020...
AFP
2012

Private Sector Invests in Family Planning: An Emerging Partnership

Provision of family planning services in the workplace is an important tool in sustaining contraceptive use and increasing the use of long acting and...
AFP
2015

CASE STUDY: Taking Injectable Contraceptives to Villages in Uganda

Originally written October 2011The Uganda Ministry of Health approved an amendment on September 20, 2010, to allow community health workers within...
AFP
2015

Case Study: Four Kenyan Counties Develop Costed Family Planning Strategies

Four counties in Kenya have developed and approved new, five-year (2014-2018) costed family planning strategies, also known as costed implementation...
AFP
2012

Key Health Agencies Increase Access to IUDs and Implants Through Subsidized Maternal Health Care

In Indonesia, a maternal health care social insurance program known as Jampersal, or labor and delivery insurance, now includes subsidies for...
AFP
2015

Case Study: Mobilizing Mayoral Support in Senegal

Like most countries, Senegal is highly decentralized. A program’s success or failure is greatly influenced by the level of support local leaders give...
AFP

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