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Since our foundation, we have provided support to multiple organizations in the development of technical publications (such as protocols, guidelines, programmatic guides, toolkits, training packages) on topics such as healthcare access, youth agency, gender, and SRHR. Technical publications require a thorough desk review process, identifying authoritative sources, reviewing similar publications to avoid duplication of efforts, understanding your audiences, conducting consultations with target audiences, brainstorming, drafting, editing, and translating. We have the experience, the technical expertise on various topics linked to the Sustainable Development Goals, and a clear road map to conduct the writing process to ensure the result is a high-quality and evidence-based publication that meets the needs of your audiences. 

Case Studies

International Medical Advisory Panel–Development of Medical Bulletins

Client: International Planned Parenthood Federation

Year: 2012–2014 and 2016

In 1979, IPPF formed the International Medical Advisory Panel (IMAP)—a body of medical scientists and of leading experts in the field of SRHR. The panel has the mandate to formulate and disseminate recommendations to IPPF and other interested parties regarding best practices in SRHR based on the best available evidence. IMAP’s recommendations are presented as IMAP Bulletins. From 2012 to 2014, our Director (former IPPF staff member) was responsible for the coordination of IMAP and the production of evidence-based medical bulletins on issues such as task sharing/task shifting, injectable contraceptives, safety of third and fourth generation oral contraceptives, use of long-acting reversible contraceptives by adolescents, and sexual rights in service delivery. In 2016, our team developed an IMAP statement on Peer Provision Models, compiling promising practices from around the world.

Multiple youth-led evaluation and research processes conducted on topics such as girls organizing, the landscape for funding of programming for children, gender, and youth participation.