In some parts of the world, youth, women, and families want to access family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) services but cannot because they face barriers such as discrimination by providers, skepticism due to misinformation about side effects, and a lack of partner and family consent. Furthermore, youth are not sure where to get accurate information and may now know which of the adults and peers in their lives they can trust to help them. In 2021, Breakthrough ACTION launched the 10 Lives, 10 Stories, One Message competition and selected 10 winners that implemented social and behavior change (SBC) projects to dismantle the social barriers youth, women, and families face when seeking FP/RH services.
Join us on Wednesday, December 15, from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. EST to see how the winning organizations helped improve access to FP through the power of SBC programming. A series of short and impactful videos will showcase the success of these organizations in engaging men and elevating the voices of girls and boys to advocate for their RH. Each winning organization will also participate in a panel discussion to provide additional insight into their work.