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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2009

A Case Study of Reproductive Health Supplies in Uganda

Project RMA works to improve reproductive health supplies in developing countries. This document gives an overview of reproductive health supplies...
Population Action International
1995

A Decade of Making a Difference: The Policy Project

Document discusses the Policy Project, a decade long USAID project aimed at facilitating policies to promote access to family planning, reproductive...
Constella Futures and USAID
2011

A Win for Women Advocates

The Stanford Social Innovation Review calls it the “elusive craft of evaluating advocacy”. For those who have been advocates for entire careers, the...
Population Action International and Advance Family Planning
AFP Resources
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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
2011

Advance Family Planning in Uganda

Within two years (2010/2011), stakeholders in Uganda have taken a series of actions to accelerate progress in achieving MDG 5—improving maternal...
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
2012

Bandung Village Leaders Commit Local Budget Funds to Family Planning

In 2012, Bandung district village leaders took a significant step to increase access to family planning, committing Rp 2.5 million each, or US$ 275,...
AFP
2011

Case Study How-to Guide

Case Study How-to Guide
AFP
2011

Case Study Outline

Case Study Outline
AFP
2015

CASE STUDY: Advocacy in Zanzibar Leads to Reduction in Family Planning Commodity Stock-outs

Having ready access to contraception entails an intricate series of steps, from the manufacturer and supplier to the buyer and medicines warehouse...
AFP
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
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: Finding Alternative Pathways for Contraceptive Commodities to Reach Users

In Uganda, the private sector provides the majority (60%) of contraceptive services. The ability of the private sector to meet users’ needs depends...
AFP
2015

CASE STUDY: Finding Alternative Pathways for Contraceptive Commodities to Reach Users

In Uganda, the private sector provides the majority (60%) of contraceptive services. The ability of the private sector to meet users’ needs depends...
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
2015

Case Study: Government of Tanzania Allocates 2 Billion Shillings to Family Planning for 2014-2015

For the 2014-2015 fiscal year, the Government of Tanzania allocated two billion shillings (Tsh) (US $1.15 million) to family planning—the largest...
AFP
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...
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
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
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...
2015

CASE STUDY: Revitalizing Village-level Family Planning in Indonesia

A recent change in Indonesia’s laws enables leaders in the smallest government unit—villages—to assume greater responsibility and control over local...
AFP
2015

CASE STUDY: Strategic Advocacy Leads Burkina Faso to Authorize Task-Sharing Pilot Project

On November 7, 2014, the Burkina Faso Ministry of Health authorized a family planning tasksharing pilot project in the Centre and Boucle du Mouhoun...
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: Tanzanian Higher Learning Institutions Prioritize Access to Family Planning for Students

Beginning in October 2014, several higher learning institutions (HLIs) in Tanzania banded together to improve their students’ access to sexual and...
AFP

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