Webinar: Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive Methods – Expanding the Range of Contraceptive Options for Youth

April 26, 2016

Host: Health Communication Capacity Collaborative

E2A's Senior Research Advisor, Fariyal Fikree, will be a presenter during this upcoming webinar. She will discuss a case study from Ethiopia, which tested a successful model for expanding method choice to include long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) for youth at youth-friendly service sites. Other presenters will describe important milestones surrounding youth and LARCs: strategies for improving policies, tips for empowering youth-friendly service providers, and social and behavior change communication tools for promoting conversation between providers and youth. Register here.

Presenters include: 

  • Cate Lane, Youth Technical Advisor, USAID: The Importance of Youth SRH, Youth Access to Effective Contraception and Barriers to Access
  • Rena Greifinger, Technical Advisor for Youth and Girls, PSI: Creating a Dialogue and a Call to Action for LARCs and Youth
  • Fariyal Fikree, Senior Research Advisor, E2A: Expanding Method Choice to Include LARCs by Youth-friendly Service Providers: A Case Study from Ethiopia
  • Allison Mobley, Family Planning Senior Program Officer, Health Communication Capacity Collaborative: SBCC Materials to Spark LARC Conversations among Youth and Providers
When: April 26, 2016