On this page are several materials about No Scalpel Vasectomy (NSV) created by the RESPOND project for Hindi audiences (also translated into English):
This campaign was designed to:
The goals of this national condom strategy for Sri Lanka are to:
This three-part curriculum is designed to provide a broad range of health care workers with the skills and sensitivity needed to work with male clients and provide men's reproductive health services.
The Communication for Healthy Living initiative was implemented on a national scale as well as in underserved communities, using a full spectrum of communication approaches from mass media and publicity events, to community mobilization and empowerment, to client-provider counseling support.
The main objective of the baseline household survey was to collect data on study respondents’ attitudes and behaviors related to fertility, child spacing and family planning, to identify their family planning need status, and to learn about their social networks.
Tékponon Jikuagou aimed to develop and test a scalable package of social network activities to engage men and women in discussion and reflection about unmet need for family planning.
The strategy unifies activities across the areas important during the “First 1,000 Days” (from the beginning of a pregnancy through the end of a child’s first year) – safe pregnancy, exclusive breastfeeding, complementary feeding, birth spacing, hygiene, sanitation and baby WASH, and home-based agriculture, as well as relevant gender norms.