Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers
Practical guide to offering 14 contraceptive methods. “Evidence-based guidance through global consensus.” Jointly published first in 2007 by WHO and Johns Hopkins. A WHO Family Planning Cornerstone. Updated in 2011 and 2018.
The Essentials of Family Planning Technology
Precursor of the Global Handbook. Over ¾ million copies distributed in 10 language since 1997. Published by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/Center for Communication Programs.
The world’s most widely read journal on family planning and related topics. Each issue offers an analytic review of an important topic.
Tools for family planning managers and providers. Complement to Population Reports.
Job aids and counseling tools
Decision-Making Tool for Family Planning Clients and Providers
WHO’s interactive flip chart for individualized family planning counseling. Translated or adapted in over 30 countries. A WHO Family Planning Cornerstone.
Reproductive Choices and Family Planning for People with HIV
Modeled on the Decision-Making Tool, this WHO tool helps people in HIV care make informed decisions about childbearing and contraceptive use.
WHO Medical Eligibility Criteria wheel
Which contraceptives can people use when they have specific medical conditions? The wheel tells providers at a glance.
Wall chart: “Do you know your family planning choices?”
Key points about contraceptive methods, for posting in the waiting room or counseling area
Key reminders about hormonal contraceptive methods
Quick reference for providing pills, injectables, and implants, all on one page
Guide to Monitoring and Evaluating Health Information Products and Services
Consensus-based indicators of the reach, usefulness, and use of information resources for health care practitioners
Managing Knowledge to Improve Reproductive Health Programs
Introduction to knowledge management concepts and tools for reproductive health professionals.