Welcome to POPLINE
POPLINE provides access to 380,000 carefully selected publications and resources related to family planning and reproductive health
Transform/PHARE strives to develop innovative approaches to social behavior change with the goal of increasing demand for family planning in west francophone Africa. The purpose of the project is to gather and share lessons learnt from short-term interventions implemented in four areas: audience segmentation, male engagement, provider behavior change, and cross sectoral SBCC.
Using world class and private sector techniques such as attitudinal and behavioral segmentation, human center design, and behavioral economics, the project has gathered experiences from which implementers, donors and decision makers can benefit.
POPLINE has recently added publications from the Transform/PHARE project. View and download the publications here.
GHJournalSearch—Finding the right journal to publish your global public health research has never been so easy!
GHJournalSearch is a free resource developed by the Johns Hopkins Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project in collaboration with The Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH).
- General Global Health
- Environmental Health
- Infectious Diseases
- Maternal Child Health
- Non-communicable Disease and Injury
- Public Health
- Reproductive Health
- Women's Health
- And more!
GHJournalSearch aims to present the major core peer-reviewed global health journals in one place, providing authors a simple tool to discover and choose the "best fits" for their intended publication, and ultimately enhancing quality and the probability that important evidence will make its way into the literature.
Using digital technologies—such as mobile phones, computers, or tablets—to convey information and messages as part of an evidence-based multichannel social and behavior change (SBC) strategy may contribute to promoting, adopting, and maintaining healthy sexual and reproductive behavior.
This new High Impact Practices in Family Planning (HIPs) brief summarizes the current state of evidence in this rapidly changing field, discusses challenges digital applications can address, and provides tips from implementation experience. Download the brief and visit www.fphighimpactpractices.org to learn more about HIPs.