You may wish to use the following list of questions to plan your program’s intervention for women at risk of AMA or HP pregnancy.
- What data do you have access to with information on AMA and HP pregnancies in your area?
- How can you gather additional information about AMA or HP directly from women at risk of AMA or HP?
- What are the key barriers in communicating with women at risk of AMA or HP pregnancies and their partners?
- What are the most difficult social barriers for women at risk of AMA or HP, or for couples to use FP?
- Is there political or social support to protect women from the risks of AMA or HP pregnancies?
Identify opportunities to integrate activities or messages for women at risk of AMA or HP into an existing FP program.
- Where are the opportunities to have contact with women at risk for AMA or HP and their partners?
- What services are already positioned to address risks of women at risk of AMA or HP?
- Who are the best messengers to communicate the risks of AMA or HP pregnancies?
Identify resources that can help integrate AMA or HP activities and messages into another existing program.
- Do you have a partner organization that would be able to help add this new focus to an existing program?
- Do you have resources from your program to repurpose for this particular purpose?
- What human and financial resources are available and when will they be available?
- What activities will you conduct with these available resources?
- What are the key messages that need to be communicated?
- What communication materials or other tools will you include in your activities?
- How will daily or seasonal activities, fluctuations or trends affect implementation?
- How will you measure the success of your efforts to reduce AMA and HP pregnancies?
- How will you collect service statistics to understand whether the needs of women at risk of AMA or HP pregnancy are being met?
- How will you analyze this information and incorporate it into your future activities?
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