Two implementation models of workers’ health education programs in Egypt: What works? What doesn’t work?
This brief presents findings from two models of workers’ health education programs implemented by the Evidence Project/Population Council in Egypt. The two interventions aimed to increase family planning (FP) service demand among young people aged 18–35 in Port Said and urban Souhag. In Port Said, male and female factory workers who were trained as peer […]
The effect of job aids on knowledge retention among Patent and Proprietary Medicine Vendors trained to administer injectable contraceptives: longitudinal results from implementation science in Nigeria
Journal: BMC Public Health Authors: Sara Chace Dwyer, Aparna Jain, Salisu Mohammed Ishaku, Faizah Tosin Okunade, Chiamaka Uzomba, Adedamola Adebayo & Elizabeth Tobey Abstract: Background: To increase access to voluntary family planning (FP) services, Nigerian policymakers are debating how to task share injectable contraceptive services to drug shop owners known as Patent and Proprietary Medicine […]