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Previous Brief Versions
High Impact Practices (HIPs) are a set of evidence-based family planning practices vetted by experts against specific criteria and documented in an easy-to-use format. HIP briefs are updated based on current evidence and information. The briefs on this page are previous versions of now updated HIP briefs. Though there are more updated versions of these briefs, the information and guidance found in the older versions could still be useful for implementation and scale-up of a high impact practice.
Enabling Environment HIPs
- Financing Commodities and Services: Essential for meeting family planning needs
- Health Communication: Enabling voluntary and informed decision-making
- Policy: Building the foundation for systems, services, and supplies.
- Leaders and Managers: Making family planning programs work.
Service Delivery HIPs
- Community Health Workers: Bringing family planning services to where people live and work
- Postabortion Family Planning: Strengthening the family planning component of postabortion care
- Vouchers: Addressing inequities in access to contraceptive services
- Drug Shops and Pharmacies: Sources for family planning commodities and information
- Social Marketing: Leveraging the private sector to improve contraceptive access,
choice, and use
- Family Planning and Immunization Integration: Reaching postpartum women with family planning services
- Immediate Postpartum Family Planning: A Key component of childbirth care.
Social Behavior Change
- SBC Overview: A critical part of effective family planning programs.
- mHealth: Mobile technology to strengthen family planning programs
- Adolescent Friendly Contraceptive Services: Mainstreaming Adolescent-Friendly Elements Into Existing Contraceptive Services