Using storytelling to document impact, strengthen capacity and advocate for SRH interventions that work

IBP Implementation Stories:

Using storytelling to document impact, strengthen capacity and advocate for SRH interventions that work

 

Photo credit: Population Services International / India

The IBP Network Secretariat has written an OpEd in Devex, outlining how storytelling can be an innovative and powerful way to capture evidence on impactful family planning and reproductive health programming.

 

Be inspired!

Learn how IBP Implementation Stories have:

  • Combined quantitative and qualitative data to show how interventions made a difference to people and communities, with positive effects on reproductive health, economic growth, rights awareness and gender equality  
  • Have been used in advocacy efforts to gain the attention of funders, and to generate conversations about SRHR in local communities
  • Strengthened communications skills of local implementers, and inspired them to explore creative ways of sharing their knowledge globally

 

Curious to learn more about the IBP Implementation Stories?

 

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