Advance Family Planning’s (AFP’s) eight new case studies illustrate the advocacy efforts leading to “quick wins” (discrete policy or funding advancements) achieved in the last year.
The case studies depict not only the process leading to significant quick wins, such as in the Government of Tanzania Allocates 2 Billion Shillings to Family Planning for 2014-2015, but also captures indirect outcomes and the nuances of collaborative efforts – as shown in Indonesian Advocacy Working Groups Revitalize Family Planning Efforts at the District Level. Each case study extracts lessons learned, like the adaptability of the approach in Mobilizing Mayoral Support in Senegal. View and download the case studies to see how the AFP approach is improving family planning across global, national, and subnational levels:
- African Women Leaders Network for Reproductive Health and Family Planning: Influencing the United Nations Commission on Population and Development Outcome