PACE country activities ensure that family planning, reproductive health, and population issues are at the center of policies and programs and are recognized as key to sustainable and equitable economic growth and development.
In Kenya, PACE uses innovative, strategic approaches to ensure that family planning, reproductive health, and population issues are included in Kenya’s policies and programs as a key to Kenya’s achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and Vision 2030.
PACE produces original analysis and targeted communication materials to examine variations in adolescent fertility throughout Nepal to strengthen family planning programs and keep girls in school as the country promotes sustainable, equitable economic growth and development.
PACE has worked closely with Nigerian partner Bridge Connect Africa Initiative (BCAI) to amplify the voices of young people as effective advocates in northern Nigeria, expanding the conversation around child rights and promoting policy change that is more representative of community needs.
The Sahel Faith ENGAGE initiative supports policy dialogue about faith and family planning in three countries—Guinea, Mali, and Mauritania—working with a task force of religious leaders, youth, and government representatives.
In Senegal, PACE supports religious leaders who are working to increase knowledge among their communities about the benefits of family planning, and continues to build the capacity of the media on the multiple benefits of family planning and maternal and child health services.
In Zambia, PACE implements innovative, strategic approaches to ensure that HIV/AIDS, population, and family planning are included in Zambia’s policies and programs as key to sustainable and equitable economic growth and development.