Sexual and reproductive health


Policy briefs - advisory notes - fact sheets - statements


Evidence briefs

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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.

2015 - 2016

2013 - 2014


Policy brief series

From evidence to policy: expanding access to family planning

In order to inform the Family Planning Summit held in London in July 2012, WHO and HRP* have developed a series of policy briefs summarizing the latest evidence on family planning as a critical health and development issue and a key intervention for the survival of women and children.




* UNDP/UNICEF/UNFPA/WHO/World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction has been widely known for many years by the abbreviation