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Population dynamics lay at the heart of some of the most salient development topics in Guatemala, including health, education, economic growth, and security. Exploring these dynamics, the Health and Education Policy Plus project conducted a study to examine whether and how achieving the education and reproductive health goals outlined in Plan K'atun, the country's development plan, could affect various sectors and outcomes, specifically those related to health, education, economic growth, and security.
The Family Planning Financing Roadmap is an online resource to help identify a sustainable pathway to achieve family planning goals through integrating family planning in health financing schemes and improving allocation and efficiency. The website allows family planning stakeholders to learn more about health financing concepts and how they relate to family planning and understand options for financing family planning given a particular country’s context.
On May 23, 2018, HP+ held an interactive webinar on "Fostering Joint Accountability within Health Systems," which introduces our innovative approach to strengthening joint accountability for health outcomes. Watch the recording and learn about our new curriculum for joint accountability!
A five-part series on concrete tools, models, and methods to help countries accelerate progress toward meeting 95-95-95 goals.
The S&D package was presented at a webinar, “Engaging with Health Facilities for HIV-related Stigma Reduction,” on February 16, 2017. At the webinar, HP+ staff joined USAID colleagues to share HP+ best practices, resources, and current work related to engagement with health facilities for HIV-related stigma reduction.