Knowledge SUCCESS Call for Content Submissions in the field of FP/RH

16 June, 2023

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce an open call for submissions to the Knowledge SUCCESS website. The website serves as a news and media platform for people working in family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH), publishing 1-3 times per week on relevant and timely FP/RH updates. We also curate regional hub pages for Asia<, East Africa<, and West Africa<

We invite anyone working or studying in the field of FP/RH to submit. We strongly encourage submissions from our global community located within Africa, Asia, and Latin and Central America (LAC). Currently, we accept content submitted in English or French. You may submit content in the form of a blog post, infographic, illustration, video, or audio recording.

Why Publish with Knowledge SUCCESS?

1. Visibility: With 6,000-10,000 visitors each month, the Knowledge SUCCESS website serves as a trusted and authoritative source of information for FP/RH programs.

2. Support: Knowledge SUCCESS has a dedicated Managing Editor who works with authors to guide them through the submission process.

3. Impact: By sharing your experience and evidence, you are helping your peers expand their knowledge and make a meaningful impact in their programs.

Knowledge SUCCESS Community's Topics

Your submission may be focused on any topic you feel is relevant to FP/RH programs. We are particularly interested in content that address one or more of the following topics:

* Barriers to access to family planning and reproductive health services.

* Strategies to improve the quality of family planning and reproductive health services.

* The impact of family planning and reproductive health services on maternal and child health.

* Integration of family planning and reproductive health services into primary health care.

How to Submit

You may view the submission form< on the Knowledge SUCCESS website. There is no deadline to submit. The form will remain open on an ongoing basis. For questions about the submission process, you may email the Managing Editor, Kiya Myers, at<>.


Kiya A. R. Myers, MPS

Managing Editor, Knowledge SUCCESS

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

111 Market Place, Suite 310

Baltimore, Maryland 21202<>

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