Interventions by Population

Prioritizing the needs of underserved communities, including populations that are socioeconomically disadvantaged, is key to advancing health equity. Many underserved communities face discrimination, lack access to resources, and fear institutions based on personal and/or collective trauma. Suggested interventions are organized by specific populations to help family planning providers determine which intervention is best for their communities. Many interventions will overlap due to the intersectional work being done in various communities. The interventions listed include organizational policies, programs, toolkits, and resources that are designed to advance health equity. Within this section, there will be examples of community and culturally specific interventions and policy and structural interventions.

Get access to examples of interventions, examples of policy and structural change, recommended readings and highlighted organizations that provide a range of tools and resources specific to each population type.









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