What worked for us: knowledge-sharing to improve reproductive health programming

What worked for us: knowledge-sharing to improve reproductive health programming

“All our spaces are designed to be friendly toward young people. We serve them without any judgement calls about their lives. They have to trust us, so we can communicate freely,” explained Paola Nazareno, a social worker in Ecuador.

This is a quote from one out of our 15 winning implementation stories. Read more about how peer-to-peer training has been used in Ecuador to to pass on evidence-based knowledge of family planning and reproductive health, and learn more about the IBP Implementation project, in this news story published on the WHO website.

To download and read the full implemnetation story from Ecuador, click here. 

Since the launch of this project, the IBP Implementation Stories have been mentioned in different media, including in this WHO news story as well as in a blog post on the Knowledge SUCCESS website.We have gathered these features on the IBP platform under a new section. 

 

Photo credit: UNFPA 

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