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Publication Quick Investigation of Quality: A User's Guide for Monitoring Quality of Care in Family Planning
MEASURE Evaluation (2016)
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Publication Guide for Assessing the Impact of a Total Market Approach to Family Planning Programs
Dominique Meekers, Sarah C. Haynes (2019)
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Publication Evaluating Family Planning Programs with Adaptations for Reproductive Health
Bertrand, Magnani, Rutenberg (1996)
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Total Market Approach to Family Planning
MEASURE Evaluation Resources to Increase Access to Family Planning Through a Total Market Approach
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Measuring Success in Repositioning Family Planning
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New mHealth Service for Pregnant Women in South Africa
South Africa launched its first large-scale mHealth service, MomConnect, in August 2014. The project uses mHealth tools to provide pregnant women with information about available health services.
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World Population Day: A market approach to meet contraceptive need
On World Population Day (July 11, 2015) MEASURE Evaluation draws attention to its ongoing collaboration with the EVIDENCE project to work on what is called the “total market approach” (TMA) to providing family planning.
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September 26, World Contraception Day
MEASURE Evaluation works to ensure optimal demand, analysis, and use of data to measure the performance of family planning programs and to inform family planning policies in developing countries.
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A Total Market Approach to Improve Access to Family Planning
The “total market approach” to family planning, can address gaps and inequities in access for couples through coordination and collaboration among the three key players for family planning: government health care services, nonprofit health care services, and the business/commercial sector for family planning products.
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Visualizing What Needs to Be Done for Better Health
For the past year, MEASURE Evaluation has been providing technical assistance to a cadre of 14 health professionals in Zambia to create compelling health information products that communicate and lead to action.
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