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Publication Family Folders: Low-Resource Health Data with a Big Impact
(2015)
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Publication Availability of family planning services and quality of counseling by faith-based organizations: a three country comparative analysis
Barden-O'Fallon J (2017)
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Publication Male Engagement in Family Planning: Gaps in Monitoring and Evaluation
Bridgit Adamou, Brittany S. Iskarpatyoti, Chris B. O. Agala, and Carolina Mejia (2017)
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Family Planning in Latin America and the Caribbean: The Achievements of 50 Years
The webinar focused on the Family Planning in Latin America and the Caribbean: The Achievements of 50 Years report.
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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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Bangladesh Urban Health Survey Results Shared at International Conference on Urban Health
The Bangladesh Urban Health Survey 2013 (UHS 2013), aimed to determine the changes in the health and service utilization profile of the urban population, with explicit attention to examining whether the differences between slum and non-slum groups have narrowed since the 2006 survey.
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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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Availability and Quality of Family Planning Services by Faith-Based Organizations in Malawi, Kenya, and Haiti
A recent study by MEASURE Evaluation contributes new evidence on the availability and quality of family planning services by faith-based organizations.
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Inconsistent fertility motivations and contraceptive use behaviors among women in Honduras
This study examines these inconsistencies among urban Honduran women interviewed at two points in time and presents reasons for inconsistent fertility motivations and contraceptive behaviors at follow-up.
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Indonesian Couples’ Pregnancy Ambivalence and Contraceptive Use
Most studies on pregnancy ambivalence are based on data from women and depend on the women’s perceptions to measure their partner’s pregnancy intentions.Because these perceptions may not be accurate,data collected directly from men are needed to understand the role of couple dynamics in fertility behavior.
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