Using Social Analysis and Action in Madagascar to Break From Family Planning "Business as Usual"

This is the seventh issue of the Voices from the Village case study series from CARE. This case study explores CARE Madagascar’s pilot experience integrating discussions about family planning, gender, and health equity into the SantéNet project – a USAID-funded integrated maternal, child and reproductive health program where CARE is implementing the community-based component. Using the Most Significant Change technique, the initiative found greater acceptance of family planning, increased communication between couples about sensitive household issues, and improved dialogue between parents and their adolescent children. This case study is available in both English and French.

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Length: 
10 p
Year: 
2012
Organization: 
CARE
Languages: 
English