Selected guidelines and tools
Publications by type
- Clinical guides - counselling tools
- Policy and programmatic guidance
- Briefs - statements
- Journal articles
Monitoring human rights in contraceptive services and programmes
Expanding contraceptive choice
Reducing early and unintended pregnancies among adolescents
Ensuring adequate financing of family planning commodities and services
Improving family planning service delivery in humanitarian crises
Accelerating uptake of voluntary, rights-based family planning in developing countries
Ensuring contraceptive security through effective supply chains
Partnering with the private sector to strengthen provision of contraception
Quality of care in contraceptive information and services, based on human rights standards
A guide to identifying and documenting best practices in family planning programmes
Hormonal contraceptive eligibility for women at high risk of HIV
The Training Resource Package for Family Planning (TRP)
The TRP contains curriculum components and tools needed to design, implement, and evaluate training. It offers essential resources for family planning (FP) and reproductive health trainers, supervisors, and program managers. The entire package is designed to support up-to-date training on family planning and reproductive health. The TRP was developed using evidence-based technical information from WHO publications.
214 million women of reproductive age in developing countries who want to avoid pregnancy are not using a modern contraceptive method.
On the occasion of the Family Planning Summit held in London in July 2017, a series of Evidence Briefs have been co-published by WHO, UK Aid, STEP-UP, and Population Council. These evidence briefs share crucial data on what works to improve contraceptive services and uptake. They take stock of progress made but also underline what works to improve contraceptive information and services delivery and uptake.