IBP's activities and events all contribute to catalyzing change and scaling up what works to improve reproductive health.
This section outlines some of our recent activities, our Fostering Change methodology, and provides an extensive look at our past activities, which focus on proven effective practices in family planning/reproductive health. By proven effective practice, we mean practice as a process, procedure, tool or principle based on scientific evidence and/or programmatic experience that has improved the quality of health programs.
IBP primarily works through groups of partners working collaboratively in task teams. Read more about task teams here.
Our activities, done in collaboration with all IBP partners accomplish more. Partners, in accordance with their comparative advantage, will select specific activities to work on that are reflected in their own organizational work plans that will work towards:
- Addressing unmet need for family planning
- Reducing maternal and neonatal mortality
- Improving the integration of STI/HIV prevention and care
- Promoting adolescent reproductive health
- Supporting gender equity
- Promoting high-impact practices
Some pages and documents outlining our activities are: