Browse POLICY Project (1995-2006) Materials
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- Adolescent Reproductive Health
- Capacity Building
- Family Planning/Reproductive Health
- Human Rights
- Planning and Finance
- Safe Motherhood
- Core Packages-TOO Final Reports
- Core Packages-Progress and Synthesis
- Country Reports
- Manuals, Guidelines
- Maternal and Neonatal Program Effort Index
- Political Commitment Series
- POLICY Issues in Planning and Finance
- Occasional Papers
- Policy, Plan
- Research Briefs
- General Reports
- Working Papers
- Asia and the Near East
- Burkina Faso
- Cote D'Ivoire
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- El Salvador
- Latin America and the Caribbean
- Southern Africa
- South Africa
- Sri Lanka
- West Africa Regional Program
Country and regional assignments reflect those made at the time of production and may not correspond to current USAID designations.
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Core Packages-Progress and Synthesis
This report documents the significance and impact of the first three core packages implemented in Romania, Ukraine, and Nigeria. It also presents key highlights of results achieved through the packages.
Progress report on core package implementation.
This report documents the significance and impact of the POLICY Projects core packages and targets of opportunity that address HIV/AIDS issues. The HIV portfolio includes two core packages implemented in Nepal and Swaziland, respectively; one target of opportunity located in South Africa and Swaziland; and one target of opportunity summarizing major findings and lessons learned from POLICYs work on stigma and discrimination, especially the work stemming from earlier core packages in Mexico and South Africa. These core packages and targets of opportunity reflect POLICYs technical leadership in developing approaches to repositioning communities most affected by HIV at the center of the global policy response. In particular, the projects focused on formulating models to support leadership and advocacy among those most affected by HIV, including HIV-positive women and injection drug users (IDUs), and on developing innovative approaches to reducing stigma and discrimination. Together, these approaches represent part of POLICYs effective response to HIV.
HIV AIDS CP final report.doc
This report documents the significance and impact of the POLICY Projects core packages and targets of opportunity that address FP/RH issues. This report documents the achievements of five RH core packages conducted in Guatemala, Kenya, Jamaica, and Peru and the design and application of the Allocate core package and three targets of opportunity in Bangladesh, Haiti, and Uganda. All of the core packages and targets of opportunity assessed current policies and addressed the components of those policies that hinder access to reproductive health services. Activities under the core packages and targets of opportunity aimed to assess operational policies and remove barriers to access; integrate family planning, HIV/AIDS/STI, and maternal health services; improve access to services among the poor, and implement new tools for and approaches to resource allocation and advocacy.
RH CP final report.doc