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Publication How Well Do Perceptions of Family Planning Service Quality Correspond to Objective Measures? Evidence from Tanzania
Speizer IS, Bollen KA (1998)
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Preliminary Results of Bangladesh Urban Health Survey 2013 Released
In response to the rapid growth in urban population, the government of Bangladesh and USAID tasked a research team at icddr,b, based in Bangladesh, and MEASURE Evaluation with conducting a survey designed to obtain a broad health profile of the urban population of Bangladesh. The Urban Health Survey (UHS) 2013 is the second nationally representative survey providing insight into health status and health-seeking behavior in Bangladesh’s cities.
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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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Indicators to Measure Family Planning and HIV Integration
By Mary Freyder, MPH. A new manual recommends that all USAID missions use additional indicators to track family planning (FP)/HIV service delivery and client-focused outcomes.
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