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High Impact Practices for family planning (HIPs) are service delivery and health systems interventions, identified by experts, that can improve family planning access, quality, and related health outcomes. This short video introduces the concept of HIPs, shares examples, and orients users to the practical resources available on the HIPs website. Subtitles are available in French and Spanish. Watch the video and let us know what you think.
This seminal brief provides a list of all the HIPs identified by the Technical Advisory Group (TAG). The TAG is made up of more than 25 international experts in family planning research, programming, and implementation identified from donor agencies, research institutions, and service delivery organizations. The TAG meets at least once a year to review evidence and make recommendations and ensure High Impact Practices meet the criteria established by the endorsing partners.