Resource Spotlight: Checkpoints for Choice: An Orientation and Resource Package
Checkpoints for Choice: An Orientation and Resource Package helps stakeholders involved in family planning (FP) programs examine issues of full, free, and informed choice through the client’s eyes," write the authors of the toolkit.
The Checkpoints for Choice toolkit explains key concepts related to contraceptive choice, helps participants consider characteristics of contraceptive methods that matter to women, examines the full spectrum of challenges that affect whether they get what they want from FP programs, and highlights program strengths that should be continued and expanded.
"It also identifies factors and warning signs that managers can track to assess whether full, free, and informed choice may be compromised and explores steps that can be taken to foster individual and program accountability for ensuring contraceptive choice within the FP program," the authors explain.
Please see the resource Checkpoints for Choice: An Orientation and Resource Package
For more information, please see the Reproductive Health subject area.
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