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Malawi's Youth-Friendly Health Services Strategy was designed to increase family planning for the country's young people. To spread the word, HP+ is helping teach young people to produce local weekly radio programs that inform youth about available family planning services.
As of 2017, 37 million people were living with HIV globally. Yet HIV is mostly absent from discussions on health sector reform and universal health coverage.
HP+'s Deputy Director of Family Planning and Reproductive Health, Jay Gribble discusses on World Contraception Day why policy matters for contraception and family planning.
Henry Mphwanthe is a health economist, seconded by the USAID-funded Health Policy Plus project to Malawi's Ministry of Health.
Funded by USAID, the Family Planning-Sustainable Development Goals (FP-SDGs) Model projects how different levels of family planning use—directly and indirectly through their impact on demographics—can affect a country's ability to make progress toward the SDGs by 2030 and 2050. The open-source model covers a wide range of SDGs and their indicators, including water, sanitation, and housing.