Quality of Care in Contraceptive Information and Services, Based on Human Rights Standards: A Checklist for Health Care Providers
There is increasing momentum to ensure promotion and protection of human rights in contraceptive services and programs.
This document presents a user-friendly checklist specifically addressed to health care providers, at the primary health care level, who are involved in the direct provision of contraceptive information and services.
Given the focus on implementation, the checklist is structured around the categories often used in the provision of primary health care and contraceptive information and service delivery. Building on accepted programming categories, benefits from its wider acceptance and familiar and enhances the rights principles informing quality of care standards.
More WHO Human Rights and Contraceptive Service Delivery resources
- WHO Guidelines on Ensuring Human Rights in the Provision of Contraceptive Information and Services: Guidance and Recommendations
- Framework for Ensuring Human Rights in the Provision of Contraceptive Information and Services
- Promoting Quality Malaria Medicines Through SBCC: An Implementation Kit
- It's All One Curriculum: Guidelines and Activities for a Unified Approach to Sexuality, Gender, HIV, and Human Rights Education
- Good Practice Guide: HIV and Human Rights
- SBCC Check-In: Quality Standards for SBCC
- Promoting the Health of Men who Have Sex with Men Worldwide: A Training Curriculum for Providers
- Roadmap for mHealth Interventions Targeting At-Risk Women
- Human Resources for Health Toolkit
- WHO Recommendations on Postnatal Care of the Mother and Newborn
- Service Delivery Supervision and Monitoring Checklist
- Vaccine Delivery Infographics
- Implication des leaders religieux à travers une conception centrée sur l'humain au Niger/ Engaging Religious Leaders through Human Centered Design in Niger
- Toolkit on “Children and Adolescents' Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights”
- Wazazi Nipendeni- Individual Birth Planning Antenatal Care Card
March 28, 2018