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Couple-Focused Interventions: A Global Opportunity to Advance Reproductive Health

Don’t miss this technical exchange on couple-focused interventions in reproductive health!

Join the Evidence to Action (E2A) Project and FP2030 for a technical exchange on the potential of couple-focused interventions to accelerate progress toward achieving reproductive health goals. Get new evidence and insights about how couple-focused interventions promote communication and shared decision-making among young and older couples, and alter the perception of the male partner’s role in family planning and reproductive health.

We’ll Share Knowledge You Can Use

  • Insights on the effectiveness of couple-focused interventions in reproductive health
  • An analysis of key global health policies and how they address couple-based approaches
  • A new theory of change that can help program decision-makers and implementers be systematic in your approaches to couple-focused interventions, define and prioritize strategies, and monitor and evaluate specific interventions

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Featuring…

Hosted by Cate Lane, Director for Adolescents and Youth, FP2030

Opening remarks from Patricia MacDonald, Senior Family Planning/Reproductive Health Technical Advisor at the Office of Population and Reproductive Health, USAID

Presentations from Eric Ramirez-Ferrero, Technical Director, E2AErica Mills, Program Officer, E2A; and Connie Lee, Senior Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Advisor, E2A

Panel conversation moderated by Michal Avni, Senior Director of Programs, The Iris Group, and featuring:

  • Afeefa Abdur-Rahman, Senior Gender Advisor & Team Lead, USAID
  • Giovanna Lauro, Vice President for Programs & Research, Promundo
  • Tabinda Sarosh, Country Director, Pathfinder International, Pakistan

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Hosted by E2A, USAID’s global flagship for strengthening family planning and reproductive health service delivery, and FP2030