Please note: This archive was last updated in 2005.

RHO archives : Program Examples

Asia and Southeast Asia

Bangladesh (AVSC): Multi-angle approach to improving the quality of family planning services through planning, supervision, training, and referral services.

China (UNFPA and the State Family Planning Commission of China): The introduction of interpersonal communication and counseling skills into a family planning training program.

India (Family Planning Association of India): Integrating infertility and family planning services.

India (Health InterNetwork): Demonstrating how national and international partnerships can bridge the digital divide in health information.

India (Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology): A cervical cancer screening project effectively using a network of community resources.

India (Pati Sampark, or "Meeting Husbands" Program): Involving men in antenatal care.

India (Sewal Rural): Enhancing roles and responsibilities of men in women's health.

India (Society for Integrated Development of Himalayas): Leadership, responsibility, and men's partnership with women to improve reproductive health.

India (Sonagachi Project): Designing health services that empower sex workers in Calcutta.

Indonesia (Indonesia Planned Parenthood Association's Lentera Project): Serving gay youth through a community-based program.

Indonesia (Lentera Project) : Meeting the needs of married women for HIV/STI services.

Malaysia (FFPAM Well Women's Clinics): Launching special reproductive health services for women moving approaching menopause.

Malaysia (Kelantan) : Increasing access to maternity care through birth centers.

Pacific Islands (ARH): Providing youth with reproductive health and HIV/AIDS information and services.

Pakistan (Family Planning Association of Pakistan): Managing infertility with limited resources.

Pakistan (Green Star): Franchising private-sector family planning services to make them more widely available and affordable to the urban poor.

Philippines (HASIK): Engaging men in gender advocacy work.

Philippines (PMAC): Offering postabortion care.

Sri Lanka (Population Services Lanka): Developing culturally appropriate reproductive health services for internally displaced persons from three ethnic groups.

Sri Lanka: Focusing on human development and social welfare reduces maternal mortality.

Thailand (ARC International): Reducing HIV transmission in refugee camps by promoting the use of condoms.

Thailand (Grandma Cares): Helping older women care for adult children with HIV/AIDS and orphaned grandchildren.

Thailand (Lifenet): Meeting youth health needs, particularly needs related to reproductive health, by building and strengthening relationships.

Thailand (Mae Sot District): Using mobile units to improve cervical cancer screening among rural women.

Thailand (Thai Youth AIDS Prevention Project): Preventing HIV/AIDS in young people and increase their involvement in prevention activities in northern Thailand.

Thailand (The 100% Condom Program) : Educating men about 100 percent condom usage during commercial sex.

UNICEF: Communication, advocacy, and mobilization packages that focus on practices harmful to girls in Southern Asia and Eastern and Southern Africa.

Vietnam (The Viet/American Cervical Cancer Prevention Project):   Assessing the cost-effectiveness of a 5-year interval Pap screening program.

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