Serving Sarah During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons Learned in PSI Family Planning Programs

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As COVID-19 spread around the world, PSI rapidly adapted implementation approaches to maintain programs and ensure the continuity of services while keeping our clients, communities and staff safe. To document and share lessons learned with the implementation community, from May to November 2020, Research for Scalable Solutions (R4S) had supported the systematic documentation of program adaptations implemented within five of PSI’s family planning (FP) programs in Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and India. This series of briefs highlights the impact of PSI’s adaptations across High Impact Practice in FP areas, with some local variations, including: social behavior change, service delivery, and enabling environment, for safely maintaining continuity of FP programs during the pandemic.