High Impact Practices. Pratiques à Haut Impact. Prácticas de Alto Impacto.

HIP

The High Impact Practices (HIPs) in Family Planning website is now available in French and Spanish! You can now review High Impact Practices in family planning and connect with other programs implementing HIPs in French and Spanish. Be evidence-informed. Build the evidence-base.

Le site Web des Pratiques à Haut Impact (PHIs) est également disponible en Français et en Espagnol! Vous pourrez consulter les Pratiques à Haut Impact (PHIs) dans la planification familiale et connecter avec d’autres programmes en français et en espagnol de mise en œuvre de PHIs. Basez-vous sur les preuves. Construisez la base de preuves. 

¡El sitio web de Las Prácticas de Alto Impacto (PAI) para la Planificación Familiar ya está disponible en francés e español! Ahora puede revisar las Prácticas de Alto Impacto para la planificación familiar y conectarse con otros proyectos que están ejecutando PAIs en francés y español. Sé informado(a) por la evidencia. Contribuya en construir la base de evidencia. 

January 22, 2016
Resource types
Briefs, Websites or databases
Tags
family planning, service delivery

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