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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017: Eighth grade students in a mathematics class at Middle School Keoti Balak. Teachers at the school deliver CorStone's Youth First program, an integrated emotional resilience and health curriculum for grades 6 to 8. Youth First is a unique intervention that helps children build their resiliency, improve self-efficacy, and develop social-emotional intelligence; this work prepares them for additional programs in adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Research indicates that students in the Youth First program have higher levels of social, emotional, educational, and mental well-being. Teachers report better and more friendly relationship with students, students ask more questions during academic classes, and share their problems with teachers more frequently. Girls especially show increased motivation and focus on academics, which is critical for marginalized populations. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A mother holds her newborn twins, who were delivered under the supervision of trained health professionals at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital, a public health facility. Institutional births are one of the government of India's key strategies to reduce infant and maternal mortality, and to improve the overall health of the mother and child. An average of 7,000 births take place at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital each year.

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Description - MUZAFFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 12, 2017: Kamini Kumari, an Auxillary Midwife Nurse, provides medical care to women at a rural health center. Women's equal participation in governance and leadership roles are a step towards building stronger communities and improving reproductive health services at village, block, and district levels. The Center for Catalyzing Change (C3) is strengthening the voice, participation, leadership, and influence of Elected Women Representatives to achieve these goals. 

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program explains software to each other; peer learning building leadership and positive teamwork skills. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program (YWLP) attend three week-long workshops on photography and film making; together they made a film about early and forced marriage. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: A mother of two participants in the Young Women Leadership Program (YWLP) makes doormats out of waste materials, which she sells in her neighborhood. She believes YWLP will empower her daughters to strive for a better life. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes. Connecting with and visiting participant families helps the program understand the struggles faced by girls in this community.

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Description - MUZAFFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 12, 2017: Elected Women Representatives (EWRs) gather outside Middle School Harka in Sitamarhi district to discuss community issues. Women's equal participation in governance and leadership roles are a step towards building stronger communities and improving reproductive health services at village, block, and district levels. A program called Women Leading Change supports the EWRs; it was developed by the Centre for Catalyzing Change (C3), an organization that partners with communities to raise women's voices and increase women's political participation. 

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017:A vegetable vendor earns income by selling produce in the local village market (also called a 'Haat'), which takes place once or twice each week outside Middle School Keoti Balak. People from nearby villages come here to buy vegetables, grains, and daily household consumables. 

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017: A teacher at Middle School Keoti Balak writes on the blackboard. Teachers at the school deliver CorStone's Youth First program, an integrated emotional resilience and health curriculum for grades 6 to 8. Youth First is a unique intervention that helps children build resiliency, improve self-efficacy, and develop social-emotional intelligence. 

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program learn about and discuss computer hardware components. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes. (Paula Bronstein/ The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: A participant in the Young Women Leadership Program explains the parts of the Central Processing Unit (CPU) to other participants. Her confidence comes from ten months of learning about computer hardware and software, the internet, and social media, as well as social issues, women's rights, and leadership. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: A participant in the Young Women Leadership Program explains the parts of the Central Processing Unit (CPU) to other participants. Her confidence comes from ten months of learning about computer hardware and software, the internet, and social media, as well as social issues, women's rights, and leadership. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program use technology and social media to learn about their rights, express themselves, and become the women leaders of tomorrow. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: A participant in the Young Women Leadership Program explains the parts of the Central Processing Unit (CPU) to other participants. Her confidence comes from ten months of learning about computer hardware and software, the internet, and social media, as well as social issues, women's rights, and leadership. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Photo Credit - Paula Bronstein/ The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program use technology and social media to learn about their rights, express themselves, and become the women leaders of tomorrow. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program use technology and social media to learn about their rights, express themselves, and become the women leaders of tomorrow. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program use technology and social media to learn about their rights, express themselves, and become the women leaders of tomorrow. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: A participant in the Young Women Leadership Program explains software to another participant, building leadership and positive teamwork skills. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

Special Instructions - FULL RELEASE - EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: A participant in the Young Women Leadership Program explains software to another participant, building leadership and positive teamwork skills. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes. 

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Photo Credit - Paula Bronstein/ The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program explains software to each other; peer learning building leadership and positive teamwork skills. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Photo Credit - Paula Bronstein/ The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program explains software to each other; peer learning building leadership and positive teamwork skills. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes. 

Special Instructions - FULL RELEASE - EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Photo Credit - Paula Bronstein/ The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images

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File Size - 8.6 (MB)

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: A mother of two participants in the Young Women Leadership Program, who believes the program will empower her daughters to strive for a better life. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes. Connecting with and visiting participant families helps the program understand the struggles faced by girls in this community.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: A mother of two participants in the Young Women Leadership Program (YWLP) makes doormats out of waste materials, which she sells in her neighborhood. She believes YWLP will empower her daughters to strive for a better life. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes. Connecting with and visiting participant families helps the program understand the struggles faced by girls in this community. 

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program (YWLP) attend three week-long workshops on photography and film making; together they made a film about early and forced marriage. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Photo Credit - Paula Bronstein/ The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images

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File Size - 12.4 (MB)

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: A mother with her daughter, who participates in the Young Women Leadership Program (YWLP). The mother raises livestock to help support her daughter's participation in the program, and believes it will help her daughter attain a better life. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes. Connecting with and visiting participant families helps the program understand the struggles faced by girls in this community. 

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program (YWLP) attend three week-long workshops on photography and film making; together they made a film about early and forced marriage. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program (YWLP) attend three week-long workshops on photography and film making; together they made a film about early and forced marriage. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes. 

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program (YWLP) attend three week-long workshops on photography and film making; together they made a film about early and forced marriage. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description - PATNA,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 11, 2017: Participants in the Young Women Leadership Program (YWLP) attend three week-long workshops on photography and film making; together they made a film about early and forced marriage. Jointly run by Feminist Approach to Technology (FAT) and Izad, this program empowers women from poor urban communities by enabling them to access and use technology, and provides education on social issues, giving them the confidence and tools to break gender, class, and religion-based stereotypes.

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A staff nurse at a private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic in rural Bihar provides information on injectable contraceptive to a client before its administration. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A staff nurse at a private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic in rural Bihar provides information on injectable contraceptive to a client before its administration. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A mother recovers with her newborn, who was delivered under the supervision of trained health professionals at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital, a public health facility. Institutional births are one of the government of India's key strategies to reduce infant and maternal mortality, and to improve the overall health of the mother and child. An average of 7,000 births take place at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital each year. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A woman undergoes screening for injectable contraceptive use by a paramedic at a private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: The busy OB-GYN outpatient department of the Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital. General practitioners at this public health facility offer a wide range of medical services, including contraception and comprehensive abortion care (CAC). With over 350 women visiting each day, the hospital is a preferred option for many women seeking no-cost quality reproductive health services. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A woman undergoes screening for injectable contraceptive use by a paramedic at a private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: The busy OB-GYN outpatient department of the Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital. General practitioners at this public health facility offer a wide range of medical services, including contraception and comprehensive abortion care (CAC). With over 350 women visiting each day, the hospital is a preferred option for many women seeking no-cost quality reproductive health services. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: The busy OB-GYN outpatient department of the Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital. General practitioners at this public health facility offer a wide range of medical services, including contraception and comprehensive abortion care (CAC). With over 350 women visiting each day, the hospital is a preferred option for many women seeking no-cost quality reproductive health services. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A pharmacist dispenses medicine at a pharmacy attached to DIMPA, a private OB-GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: OB-GYN providers interact with clients at a private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand.

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: DIMPA Network clinic: Women await their turn at a private DIMPA OB/GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: Women await their turn at a private DIMPA OB/GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand.

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A private OB-GYN counsels a young married couple on the contraceptive choices available to them. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description - MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A woman receives an ultrasound check-up at a well-equipped private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A woman receives an ultrasound check-up at a well-equipped private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A mother recovers with her newborn, who was delivered under the supervision of trained health professionals at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital, a public health facility. Institutional births are one of the government of India's key strategies to reduce infant and maternal mortality, and to improve the overall health of the mother and child. An average of 7,000 births take place at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital each year.

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A woman undergoes screening for injectable contraceptive use at a private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: Women await their turn for counseling on contraceptive options at a private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: Women await their turn for counseling on contraceptive options at a private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand.

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A woman undergoes screening for injectable contraceptive use by a paramedic at a private DIMPA OB-GYN clinic. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A mother holds her newborn twins, who were delivered under the supervision of trained health professionals at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital, a public health facility. Institutional births are one of the government of India's key strategies to reduce infant and maternal mortality, and to improve the overall health of the mother and child. An average of 7,000 births take place at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital each year. 

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Description MODEL RELEASE #MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: General practitioners from public health facilities are trained to provide comprehensive abortion care (CAC) services at the Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital. Bihar is one of 12 states where Ipas Development Foundation (IDF) works in partnership with the government to ensure that women obtain safe and respectful CAC, as well as counseling and services to prevent future unintended pregnancies. IDF is increasing the number of general practitioners who are trained and certified to provide legal, high-quality CAC services using the latest WHO-approved techniques. IDF established the Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital as a CAC training center in 2007; since then, more than 50 eligible providers have been trained to offer abortion services to women in predominantly rural settings of Bihar. 

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: An OB-GYN comprehensive abortion care (CAC) master trainer explains components of the manual vacuum aspirator (MVA). MVA is a safe and effective method of abortion that involves evacuation of the uterine contents using a hand-held, portable aspirator, and is recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO). Ipas Development Foundation supported the introduction of MVA into the public health system of India, and works in partnership with governments of 12 states to train CAC providers on this technology as part of their high-quality abortion services. This photo was taken the Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital, a CAC training center.

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Description - MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A mother holds her newborn twins, who were delivered under the supervision of trained health professionals at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital, a public health facility. Institutional births are one of the government of India's key strategies to reduce infant and maternal mortality, and to improve the overall health of the mother and child. An average of 7,000 births take place at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital each year. (Paula Bronstein /The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: A mother holds her newborn twins, who were delivered under the supervision of trained health professionals at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital, a public health facility. Institutional births are one of the government of India's key strategies to reduce infant and maternal mortality, and to improve the overall health of the mother and child. An average of 7,000 births take place at Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital each year. 

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Description - MUZZAFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 13, 2017: Pari, one of the injectable contraceptive brands being used by private DIMPA OB-GYN clinics in rural Bihar. The Abt Associates-led Private Sector Partnerships-One (PSP-One) project has been scaling-up DIMPA, a successful branded network of OB-GYN and general practitioners in northern India trained to provide quality family planning services. Enrollment in the network is voluntary, includes free hotlines for men and women to answer questions, and the program is monitored to ensure sustained quality of care. Since 2006, the network has grown from three cities and 105 providers to 45 cities and 1,400 providers in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Jharkhand. 

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Description - RANIGANJ,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 15, 2017: A teacher explains reproductive health systems to students at a village school. Through interactive methods, games, and discussions, the lessons are designed to provide youth ages 15 to 19 with life skills and comprehensive sexual and reproductive health knowledge. These trainings, organized by Pathfinder International and taught across three districts of Bihar, including to economically and socially marginalized Mahadalit communities, provide girls with accurate information, enabling them to make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health. Paula Bronstein/ The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images )  

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Description - RANIGANJ,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 15, 2017: Unmarried adolescent girls, ages 15 to 19, from the Mahadalit community attend a Pathfinder International training about adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Discussion of issues related to sexual health is taboo, so adolescent girls often have limited or no access to information. These trainings provide girls with accurate information, enabling them to make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health. In one such training, a student discusses menstruation and associated social beliefs. The teachers clarify myths and misconceptions around menstruation and teach appropriate menstrual hygiene. (Paula Bronstein/ The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - RANIGANJ,BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 15, 2017: Youth ages 15 to 19 from the Mahadalit community attend a training about sexual and reproductive health at the village school. In this session, they learn about condom use for safe sex and pregnancy prevention. Discussion of issues related to sexual health is taboo, so adolescents often have limited or no access to information. These trainings, organized by Pathfinder International, provide youth with accurate information, enabling them to make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health. (Paula Bronstein/ The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - MUZAFFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 12, 2017: Kamini Kumari, an Auxillary Midwife Nurse, provides medical care to women at a rural health center. Women's equal participation in governance and leadership roles are a step towards building stronger communities and improving reproductive health services at village, block, and district levels. The Center for Catalyzing Change (C3) is strengthening the voice, participation, leadership, and influence of Elected Women Representatives to achieve these goals. 

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Description - MUZAFFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 12, 2017: The rural village of Bhataulia ( outside of Muzaffarpur) we see the impact of the project ( Center for Catalysing Change (C3). Improving Reproductive health and maternal health ( RH/MH ) at a rural sub health center where Kamni Kumari - an Auxillary midwife nurse (ANM) gives medical care to women. Also we see Accredited social health workers -ASHA. 

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Description - MUZAFFARPUR, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 12:, 2017 Elected Women Representatives (EWRs) gather outside Middle School Harka in Sitamarhi district to discuss community issues. Women's equal participation in governance and leadership roles are a step towards building stronger communities and improving reproductive health services at village, block, and district levels. A program called Women Leading Change supports the EWRs; it was developed by the Centre for Catalyzing Change (C3), an organization that partners with communities to raise women's voices and increase women's political participation. 

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017: Eighth grade students in a mathematics class at Middle School Keoti Balak. Teachers at the school deliver CorStone's Youth First program, an integrated emotional resilience and health curriculum for grades 6 to 8. Youth First is a unique intervention that helps children build their resiliency, improve self-efficacy, and develop social-emotional intelligence; this work prepares them for additional programs in adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Research indicates that students in the Youth First program have higher levels of social, emotional, educational, and mental well-being. Teachers report better and more friendly relationship with students, students ask more questions during academic classes, and share their problems with teachers more frequently. Girls especially show increased motivation and focus on academics, which is critical for marginalized populations. 

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017: Students chanting "Bharat Mata ki Jai" (reverence to the Mother land of India) during morning assembly at Middle School Keoti Balak. Teachers at the school deliver CorStone's Youth First program, an integrated emotional resilience and health curriculum for grades 6 to 8. Youth First is a unique intervention that helps children build their resiliency, improve self-efficacy, and develop social-emotional intelligence; this work prepares them for additional programs in adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Research indicates that students in the Youth First program have higher levels of social, emotional, educational, and mental well-being. 

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017:Young students at Middle School Keoti Balak enjoy a poem sung by their classmate. Teachers at the school deliver CorStone's Youth First program, an integrated emotional resilience and health curriculum for grades 6 to 8. Youth First is a unique intervention that helps children build resiliency, improve self-efficacy, and develop social-emotional intelligence. 

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017:A young student at Middle School Keoti Balak sings a poem during class. Teachers at the school deliver CorStone's Youth First program, an integrated emotional resilience and health curriculum for grades 6 to 8. Youth First is a unique intervention that helps children build resiliency, improve self-efficacy, and develop social-emotional intelligence. (Paula Bronstein/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017:A classroom of boys at Middle School Keoti Balak hold hands in the "Opening Circle" of their Youth First emotional resilience session, which is facilitated by one male and one female teacher. Teachers at the school deliver CorStone's Youth First program, an integrated emotional resilience and health curriculum for grades 6 to 8. Youth First is a unique intervention that helps children build resiliency, improve self-efficacy, and develop social-emotional intelligence; this work prepares them for additional classes in adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Research indicates that students in the Youth First program have higher levels of social, emotional, educational, and mental well-being. 

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017:Students line up for the morning assembly at Middle School Keoti Balak. Teachers at the school deliver CorStone's Youth First program, an integrated emotional resilience and health curriculum for grades 6 to 8. Youth First is a unique intervention that helps children build resiliency, improve self-efficacy, and develop social-emotional intelligence; this work prepares them for additional programs in adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Research indicates that students in the Youth First program have higher levels of social, emotional, educational, and mental well-being. (Paula Bronstein/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017: The Principal of Middle School Keoti Balak is pictured with students during morning assembly. Teachers at this school deliver CorStone's Youth First program, an integrated emotional resilience and health curriculum for grades 6 to 8. Youth First is a unique intervention that helps children build resiliency, improve self-efficacy, and develop social-emotional intelligence; this work prepares them for additional programs in adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Research indicates that students in the Youth First program have higher levels of social, emotional, educational, and mental well-being. 

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017:The Principal of Middle School Keoti Balak. Teachers at this school deliver CorStone's Youth First program, an integrated emotional resilience and health curriculum for grades 6 to 8. Youth First is a unique intervention that helps children build resiliency, improve self-efficacy, and develop social-emotional intelligence; this work prepares them for additional programs in adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Research indicates that students in the Youth First program have higher levels of social, emotional, educational, and mental well-being. 

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Description - DARBHANGHA, BIHAR, INDIA-NOVEMBER 14, 2017: A vegetable vendor earns income by selling produce in the local village market (also called a 'Haat'), which takes place once or twice each week outside Middle School Keoti Balak. People from nearby villages come here to buy vegetables, grains, and daily household consumables. 

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