Categories for Methods


Will Diaphragms Make A Comeback?
By Alexandra Angel and Ashley Jackson, Family Planning & Reproductive Health Department, PSI This post originally appeared on PSI Impact. View the original post Read full article

ECHO Trial Results Show that Three Methods Do Not Increase Risk of HIV
Post written by Stephanie Jaffe and Bailey Knight, FHI 360 On June 13, 2019, the results of the much-anticipated Evidence for Contraceptive Options and HIV Outcomes (ECHO) trial were Read full article

Male Contraception Initiative RFA is Now Open
MCI's 2019 FRA is open for submission. This funding will support research in reversible, non-hormonal male contraceptive discovery and development. MCI intends to fund up to five grants, ranging from $150,000 to $300,000 over two years. MCI's Priori... Read full article

Why Aren’t Female Condom Markets Working?
Gloria dreams of a contraceptive and HIV prevention method that she can control. As a university student in Zambia, Gloria goes on dates in between working and studying. Some of the men have potential. She could imagine marrying one of them and ha... Read full article

New Female Condom: How to Interest Providers and Retailers
Guest  bloggers are Danielle Harris of WCG Cares and Ashley Jackson of PSI. This post originally appeared on the PSI Impact blog. Read full article

Vaginal Ring Dose-Finding Results Published
Contraceptive vaginal rings (CVRs) offer women a self-controlled, non-daily delivery system. One CVR - the FDA approved NuvaRing® - is on the market, and another, the one-year Ne... Read full article

Contraceptive Technology Innovation: A Wise Investment
As long as some women and men find current family planning methods unacceptable, unaffordable, or inaccessible, there will be a need for contraceptive technology innovation. In the summer of 2018, Read full article

Getting Behind Human-Centered Design for Contraceptive Innovation
Guest blog contributors are Anna Lawton, Global Health Research Associate at FHI 360 and Babitha George,  a partner at Quicksand, a design firm based in India.
When it comes to female contraceptive products, innovation has been mo... Read full article

Vaginal Rings: The Future is Now
Guest contributors are Saumya RamaRao, senior associate, and Loreley Villamide-Herrera, biomedical program manager, at the Population Council.
Expanding contraceptive options for voluntary family planning is critical for three reasons. Firs... Read full article