Family Planning & Reproductive Health COVID-19 Resources
Created by the community – for the community
In an effort to help the family planning and reproductive health community centralize and sort through the vast amount of information being disseminated by our trusted partners across the global reproductive health community in this time of crisis, the Gates Institute has created this database to house a wide range of resources including: action initiatives, best practices and tools, community insight, government initiatives, research and academic publications, news/media, op-eds, multilateral initiatives, funding and grant opportunities, and online events/webinars.
It is our hope that our collective contribution to this compilation of important resources will help to inform decisions and efforts of the public, governments and policymakers, donors and philanthropists, healthcare providers, researchers, and advocates crucial to a timely and effective response to better prepare and protect our communities worldwide to turn the tide of the pandemic and ensure that all continue to receive the quality reproductive healthcare they need.
Please add pertinent resources from your organization by clicking the “SUBMIT RESOURCE HERE” button below, to help us ensure that everyone has quick access to the full array of valuable materials available. The database is currently grouped by region, but can be filtered and sorted by each user based upon their needs. If you should have any suggestions regarding additional categories, topics and/or regions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org, as we want this tool to be as comprehensive as possible for all across our community.
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Disclaimer: This is a list of resources identified by the family planning & reproductive health community that may be of assistance to others in our community amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health (Gates Institute) and Johns Hopkins University do not offer these programs or resources directly. The views and resources shared here do not necessarily represent those of the Gates Institute and the Family Planning and Reproductive Health Community and its agents accept no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may arise. For medical advice, please consult a medical professional.