Providing family planning and reproductive health services in factory settings: Lessons from Port Said, Egypt
This policy brief provides lessons for providing family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) services in a factory setting, based on lessons learned from an Evidence Project intervention implemented in Port Said, Egypt. The number of workers in the industrial sector in Egypt is about 2.6 million, most of them of childbearing age. Women account for more than 50% of the workforce in some sectors, like the garment sector. Given the high proportions of workers of reproductive ages in factory settings, it is crucial that those workers are reached with FP information and FP/RH services.
Salama, Nesrine, Maryam Essam, Nahla G. Abdel-Tawab, and Elizabeth Tobey. 2021. "Providing family planning and reproductive health services in factory settings: Lessons from Port Said, Egypt," Research brief. Washington, DC: Population Council, The Evidence Project.
The Evidence Project; Addressing Family Planning Needs of Male and Female Factory Workers in Egypt