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Table 2 Program intervention of different projects with name of the implementing organization

From: Community based reproductive health interventions for young married couples in resource-constrained settings: a systematic review

Abbreviations of different projects Topic Organization
FP [23] Promoting healthy timing and spacing of births in India through a community-based Approach Population council, Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial Medical College, and (Department of Economics) Jamia Milia Islamia University
FTP [24] Empowering married young women and improving their sexual and reproductive health: Effect of the First-time Parents Project Population Council, CINI and Deepak Charitable Trust
PRACHAR [25] The effect of community-based reproductive health communication interventions on contraceptive use among young married couples in Bihar, India PATHFINDER INTERNATIONAL.
ACQUIRE [26] Mobilizing married youth in Nepal to improve reproductive health: The Reproductive Health for Married Adolescent Couples Project, Nepal, 2005-2007 ACQUIRE Project partners Engender Health and CARE
REWARD [27] Determining an effective and Replicable communication-based mechanism for improving young couples’ access to and use of reproductive health information and services in Nepal-An Operations Research Study Center for Research on Environment, Health and Population Activities
MMM [28] Encouraging contraceptive uptake by motivating men to communicate about family planning: The Malawi Male Motivator Project Family Health International and Save the children
KEM [29] Reproductive and sexual health education, care and counseling for married adolescents in rural Maharashtra KEM Hospital Research Centre (KEM), Pune
FRHS [30] Social mobilization or Government services: What influences married adolescents’ reproductive health in rural Maharashtra, India? Foundation for Research in Health Systems, Maharashtra