One Year On: How a Ukrainian Distributor Mitigated Risk in a War Zone
By Michelle Schaner. From Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, January 31, 2023.
Opinion: On reproductive health in 2023 — stay the course, it’s working
By Christopher Purdey. From Devex, January 20, 2023.
Decoding India’s Stagnant Condom Market
By Richard Boustred. From ET HealthWorld, June 15, 2021.
Opinion: How will COVID-19 affect global access to contraceptives — and what can we do about it?
By Christopher Purdy. From Devex, March 11, 2020.
Opinion: Predictions 2020 — what will shape reproductive health issues in the coming year?
By Phil Harvey and Christopher Purdy. From Devex, January 22, 2020.
Pleasure as a Human Right
By Christopher Purdy. From Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters, October 10, 2019.
Don’t Scroll Past That Instagram Ad for Contraceptives!
By Margot Radding. From Ms. Magazine, October 2, 2019.
Making Nonprofit Revenue More Predictable
By Christopher Purdy. From Philanthropy News Digest, August 12, 2019.
Opinion: For women in conflict settings, family planning services are often first to go
By Ashraf Fouad. From Devex, February 13, 2019.
The More You Know, The Greater the Impact of Your Giving
By Christopher Purdy. From Philanthropy News Digest, January 26, 2019.
Family Planning: A Global Imperative
By Christopher Purdy. From the International Conference on Family Planning Blog, October 31, 2018.
How Nonprofits Can Incorporate Entrepreneurship into Their Work
By Christopher Purdy. From Philanthropy Journal News, July 16, 2018
Sex Is Fun. Family Planning Messaging Should Be Too
By Ana Karina de la Vega Millor. From Devex, June 8, 2017
10 Ways Technology Can Advance Family Planning
By Christopher Purdy. From Philanthropy News Digest, April 28, 2017
Seven International Family Planning Trends that Will Shape 2017
By Christopher Purdy and Phil Harvey. From Devex, December 31, 2016
Reversing Nigeria’s Family Planning Stagnation
By Dimos Sakellaridis. From NAIJ, September 26, 2016.
How Nonprofits Can Improve their Results with Commercial Techniques
By Phil Harvey. From Devex, September 16, 2016
Using Regional Approaches to Solve Social Problems: Taking a Page from the Private Sector Playbook
By Christopher Purdy. From Philanthropy Journal News, August 1, 2016
Non-Profit Beacons: Why Shining Lights on Results Can Be Illuminating
By Christopher Purdy. From Philanthropy Journal News, July 5, 2016
Social Marketing Increasingly Makes Contraceptive Impact on Africa
By Christopher Purdy. From My Social Good News, May 10, 2016
The Ego Removal Machine
By Christopher Purdy. From Huffington Post, April 29, 2016
Social Entrepreneurship: A Case Study from Brazil
By Phil Harvey. From Global Health: Science and Practice, March 25, 2016
In Doing Good, Use Your Head and Your Heart
By Christopher Purdy. From Philanthropy Journal, December 21, 2015
Donor Checklist Improves Odds of Doing Good
By Christopher Purdy. From Maximpact Blog, August 25, 2015
Pakistan: A Tough But Vital Place to do Family Planning
By Juan Enrique Garcia. From Impatient Optimists Blog, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, August 6, 2015
Medical Abortion: The Hidden Revolution
By Phil Harvey. From The Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Healthcare, July 28, 2015
7 Family Planning Trends to Watch for in 2015
By Christopher Purdy and Phil Harvey. From Devex, January 6, 2015
This New Contraceptive Could Be a Game-Changer
By Christopher Purdy. From Huffington Post, December 3, 2014
Slaughtering Sacred Cows – Six Institutional Obstacles to Advances in Family Planning
By Tim Black, Phil Harvey, and Christopher Purdy. From The European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care 2014
Technology, Sex and Health: 4 Ideas to Reach Young People
By Christopher Purdy. From Huffington Post, May 22, 2014
Does the U.S. Really Need a National Condom Day?
By Christopher Purdy. From Huffington Post, February 14, 2014
Ethiopia : An Emerging Family Planning Success Story
By David J. Olson and Andrew Piller. From Studies in Family Planning, December 2013
International Family Planning 2014: Seven Trends to Watch
By Christopher Purdy and Phil Harvey. From Huffington Post, December 6, 2013
To Promote Family Planning, Let’s Have More Controversy
By Christopher Purdy. From Huffington Post, October 30, 2013
Pleasure, Sex, and Condoms
By Phil Harvey. From Huffington Post, October 8, 2013
For Family Planning, Entrepreneurs Can Outdistance Charities
By Christopher Purdy. From Huffington Post, September 16, 2013
We Need the Private Sector
By Christopher H. Purdy. From The Broker, August 1, 2013
Social Impact Entrepreneurs are Transforming Family Planning
By Christopher H. Purdy. From Inside Philanthropy, July 29, 2013
120 Million New Family Planning Users: Are We Setting Ourselves Up for Disappointment?
By Christopher H. Purdy. From Huffington Post, April 30, 2013
The IUD: A Tiny Device With a Huge Impact [pdf 78KB]
By Christopher H. Purdy. From Impatient Optimists blog, February 22, 2013
Five Things to Look for in Family Planning in 2013 [pdf 96.7K] By Philip D. Harvey and Christopher H. Purdy, January 3, 2013
Birth Control and Social Marketing: Twin Revolutions [pdf 61.5K] By Philip D. Harvey. From Huffington Post, October 1, 2012
$4.6 Trillion Later, Foreign Aid Remains an Economic Somnolent
By Philip D. Harvey. Forbes, September 25, 2012
Sex and Birth Control [pdf 61K] By Philip D. Harvey. From Huffington Post, September 9, 2012
A Personal View of Charitable Giving [pdf 87K] By Philip D. Harvey. From Huffington Post, August 9, 2012
Can the Internet Help You Slip on a Condom in Brazil or Mozambique?
By Christopher H. Purdy. From The Doctor Weighs In, May 3, 2012
Using the Internet and social media to promote condom use in Turkey [pdf 1.13MB] By Christopher H. Purdy. From Reproductive Health Matters, 2011
Sex Sells Family Planning and Safer Sex: Why Aren’t We Using It?
By Christopher Purdy. From RH Reality Check, December 16, 2011
In Family Planning Service Programmes ‘Coordination’ is Greatly Overrated
By Philip D. Harvey. From Journal of Family Planning Reproductive Health Care, October 2010
Social Marketing: No Longer a Sideshow [pdf 583K] By Philip D. Harvey. From Studies in Family Planning, March 2008
Promoting Condoms in Brazil to Men Who Have Sex with Men
By Craig Darden. From Reproductive Health Matters, 2006
Fruity, Fun and Safe: Creating a Youth Condom Brand in Indonesia [pdf 540K] By Christopher H. Purdy. From Reproductive Health Matters, 2006
Making Money Saving Lives [pdf 255K] By Philip D. Harvey. From Social Marketing Quarterly, December 2000
Product Advertising Versus Ideas Advertising [pdf 256K] By Philip D. Harvey. From Social Marketing Quarterly, 1999
Let’s Not Get Carried Away with “Reproductive Health” [pdf 198K] By Philip D. Harvey. From Studies in Family Planning, September/October 1996
Advertising Affordable Contraceptives: The Social Marketing Experience [pdf 930K] From M.E. Goldberg, et al, eds.. Social Marketing: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives, LEA Inc., 1996. Chapter 10 by Philip D. Harvey
Effect of Price Increases on Contraceptive Sales in Bangladesh [pdf 807K] By Robert Ciszewski and Philip D. Harvey. International Family Planning Perspectives, December 1995
The Impact of Condom Prices on Sales in Social Marketing Programs [pdf 365K] By Philip D. Harvey. From Studies in Family Planning, January/February 1994
Tim Black – Ten institutional obstacles to advances in FP (1972)
New Concepts in Contraception; A Guide to Developments in Family Planning