This resource is aimed at program implementers who are working to increase and strengthen the engagement of men and boys in family planning (FP) services and interventions at all levels of the socio-ecological model and across the life course.

The document presents a theory of change for engaging men and boys in FP that broadly describes the key drivers of men’s and boys’ engagement, critical intervention features to address these drivers, anticipated changes from the interventions, and how these changes shape and influence men’s and boys’ engagement in FP to advance reproductive empowerment for all.