Researchers hope the game will increase the use of modern contraceptive methods among postpartum couples.
In a new technical publication, we highlight seven examples of how and why we look for new ways to get results.
After surviving gender-based violence, she’s using her experience to mentor other girls and end harmful customs in her community.
When men engage in gender equality and contraception use, they’re likely to draw in other men and boys, too.
As a result, more young people are getting the health information they need—whether they go to school or not.
Here’s how the country could overcome them by 2020.
Sometimes reality gets in the way. But you can still get results.
From Malaria Prevention to Postpartum Family Planning, Midwives Are Changing the Story for Women in Rural Senegal
These health workers tell us what it looks like in practice.
She's working with young religious leaders to revolutionize sex ed in Niger.
When it launched in 2011, the Ouagadougou Partnership set an audacious goal for 2020: Increase the number of women using modern contraceptives by at least 2.2 million in nine francophone West...