The Population Council Pakistan, as part of the Evidence Project, synthesized evidence from both national and international sources and developed a set of research documents highlighting the importance of involving men in family planning efforts in Pakistan. This report outlines the findings of these important publications shared at the National Consultative Meeting which was held to provide evidence-based recommendations to major stakeholders who are directly involved in shaping population and health policies and programs. The aim of the meeting was to stimulate thinking and build consensus on a renewed male engagement strategy as part of the Plan of Action to be adopted at the National Population Summit to be held later in the year. The meeting included presentations of findings, recommendations, and an open discussion, as described in the report.
Ashfaq, Seemin and Farooq Ahmed. 2015. "Engaging the missing link: Evidence from FALAH for involving men in family planning in Pakistan—Meeting report." Washington, DC: Population Council, Evidence Project.
The Evidence Project; Family Advancement for Life and Health (FALAH)