Findings from research conducted by the Kintampo Health Cenre, a MEASURE Evaluation PRH small grants recipient in Ghana.
Findings of a recent analysis of the linkages between climate change, food security, and population in Ethiopia.
This presentation discusses research findings on the expansion of the role of private providers in the delivery of modern contraceptive supplies being disassociated with increased horizontal inequity in modern contraceptive use.
This presentation examines associations between women’s empowerment and contraceptive use in selected African countries.
Poster presentation examining separate urban and rural wealth quintiles to pinpoint specific areas of inequality. This helps to determine how much of observed national trends in poverty-related health inequalities are attributable to poverty versus place of residence.
This presentation demonstrates the development of a frameworkfor which countries and programs can monitor and evaluate their progress toward repositioning family planning and how it was pilot-tested in Tanzania.
This presentation provides an overview of the process of updating the Compendium of Indicators for Evaluating Reproductive Health Programs and what the final product will include.
Findings from a one-year follow-up study with reversible method users conducted in Honduras 2006-2007.
Results from a one-year follow-up study conducted in Honduras with reveversible method users.
Findings from research conducted by the Université Catholique du Graben, a MEASURE Evaluation PRH small grants recipient in the DRC.
This presentation provides an understanding of the role of child marriage on reproductive health outcomes using evidence from a multi-country study in South Asia.
Findings from research conducted using secondary data from Kenya and Zambia to determine if there is a causal relationship between maternal health care utlization and susequent contraceptive use.
MEASURE Evaluation PRH moderated a session at the 2011 International Conference on Family Planning on achieving equity in family planning. Click here to view all the presentations from the panel discussion.