The Health Policy Project has ended, but work continues under a new USAID five-year project, Health Policy Plus (HP+).
HPP at the International Conference for Family Planning
HPP at the 2016 ICFP Conference
Advocacy and Accountability Guide to the International Conference on Family Planning (PDF, 340kb)
For the first time, the International Conference on Family Planning will feature Advocacy and Accountability (A&A) as a spotlighted conference track. To help facilitate your engagement in the A&A track, this guide provides a comprehensive outline of relevant concurrent sessions, auxiliary events, posters, and strategy sessions.
Getting it Right: Lessons Learned for Family Planning Costed Implementation Plans
The learnings and examples presented in this brief have been informed by the combined experience of the USAID-funded Health Policy Project (HPP) and Futures Group in supporting sixteen countries to develop and implement CIPs; and by the experiences of other technical assistance providers, donors, and governments who have shared their learnings through a variety of CIP expert consultations, interviews, and public events.
2015 Gap Analysis for Uganda Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan, 2015–2020
The Uganda Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan, 2015–2020 was developed with technical assistance from the USAID-funded Health Policy Project (HPP) and partners to assist the country in fulfilling its FP2020 commitments. To further support the government and partners to identifying activities that were well-covered (to prevent duplication resources) and areas and activities that needed additional resource mobilization efforts, HPP worked with the government of Uganda (GOU) to conduct a detailed activity-based gap analysis in 2015.
ImpactNow: Estimating the Health and Economic Impacts of Family Planning Use
ImpactNow is an Excel-based model that estimates the health and economic impacts of family planning (FP) in the near term. It is designed to model the impacts of different policy scenarios, and to compare the results of those scenarios in advocacy materials. It can help to estimate the impacts of many “what if” questions about policy options. ImpactNow is designed to analyze impacts in the two- to seven-year time horizon; for example, it could be used to estimate the impacts of meeting Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) commitments.