MEASUREMENT

ENDNOTES

  1. http://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/publications/family_planning/task_shifting_access_contraceptives/en/
  2. Postpartum Family Planning Annotated Bibliography 2008–2014, compiled November 2014. https://www.k4health.org/sites/default/files/compiled_bibliography_2014.pdf
  3. World Health Organization. Adolescent Pregnancy: Issues in Adolescent Health and Development. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization, 2004; 36–37.
  4. Moore Z, Pfitzer A, Gubin R, Charurat E, Elliott L, Croft T. Missed opportunities for family planning: an analysis of pregnancy risk and contraceptive method use among postpartum women in 21 low- and middle-income countries. Contraception. 2015;92(1):31–39.
  5. Mind the Gap: A commentary on data gaps and opportunities for action in meeting the contraceptive needs of adolescents http://ec2-54-210-230-186.compute-1.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/FP2020_Adolescent_Data_Commentary_FINAL-fix.pdf
  6. Personal communication, UNFPA, September 2017
  7. UNPD Model-Based Estimates and Projections of Family Planning Indicators 2017
  8. Fabic MS, Choi Y, Bongaarts J, Darroch JE, Ross JA, Stover J, et al. Meeting demand for family planning within a generation: the post-2015 agenda. Lancet. 2014; 385: 1928–31. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4393371/
  9. Hardee, K, Kumar, J, Newman, K, Bakamijan, L,Harris, S, Rodriguez, M, Brown, W. Voluntary, human rights-based family planning: a conceptual framework. Stud Fam Plann 2014 Mar, 45(1): 1–18.
  10. Frost, J & Darroch J. Factors Associated with Contraceptive Choice and Inconsistent Method Use, United States, 2004. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 2008; 40(2): 94–104.
  11. Castle, S, Askew, I. Contraceptive Discontinuation: Reasons, Challenges, and Solutions.
  12. Ross J, Stover J. Use of modern contraception increases when more methods become available: analysis of evidence from 1982 to 2009. Glob Health Sci Pract. 2013; 1(2): 203–212
  13. Castle, S, Askew, I. Contraceptive Discontinuation: Reasons, Challenges, and Solutions.
  14. Jain, AK. Examining progress and equity in information received by women using a modern method in 25 developing countries. International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 2016; 42(3).
  15. Sedgh G et al., Unmet Need for Contraception in Developing Countries: Examining Women’s Reasons for Not Using a Method, New York: Guttmacher Institute, 2016. https://www.guttmacher.org/report/ unmet-need-for-contraception-in-developing-countries
  16. Hindin, MJ, Tuncalp, O, Gerdts, C, Gipson JD, and L Say. Monitoring adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2016;94:159. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.16.170688
  17. Mind the Gap: A commentary on data gaps and opportunities for action in meeting the contraceptive needs of adolescents http://ec2-54-210-230-186.compute-1.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/FP2020_Adolescent_Data_Commentary_FINAL-fix.pdf
  18. Technical Brief: Rolling Baselines track20.org/download/pdf/Track20%20Technical%20Briefs/english/Technical%20Brief_Rolling%20Baseline%20(2015.03.13).pdf.
  19. Photo taken at the 2017 Family Planning Summit on July 11th. From left to right:
    • Edouard Keita, Ouagadougou Partnership Young Ambassador, Mali
    • Margaret Bolaji, FP2020 Reference Group, Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative
    • Pauline Anyona, Organization of African Youth, Kenya
    • Qaisar Ahmed, Y-PEER Pakistan, Pakistan
    • (kneeling) Isidore Djifa Kuessan, IPPF (AIBEF), Togo
    • Melinda Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundaiton
    • Amanda Banura, IYAFP, Uganda
    • (behind) Franklin Anand, Restless Development and Women Deliver Young Leader, India
    • Patrick Mwesigye, Uganda Youth and Adolescents Forum, Uganda
    • Halima Lila, TAYARH and RHSC Youth Caucus, Tanzania
    • Jona Claire Turalde, University of the Philippines Diliman and SheDecides, Philippines.
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