Save the Children US,The Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University,USAID, US Agency for International Development
The Life Cycle Hopscotch game is used to discuss how women and men make decisions about their health and family planning, and how these decisions may change throughout different times in their lives. This game is part of the USAID-funded Fertility Awareness for Community Transformation (FACT) Project’s Pragati intervention game series, which uses games to diffuse information about fertility awareness and family planning to individuals, catalyzing conversation with others. The games also facilitate discussion around social and gender norms—unspoken rules that govern behavior—in order to challenge those norms that negatively influence family planning use. See full Pragati Manual for more information.