In 2012, Zambia made a commitment to increase its contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) to 58 percent by 2020 through a mix of policy and programmatic initiatives Scaling Up Family Planning (SUFP) was a four-year effort designed to work within the existing health system to increase the uptake of FP services to underserved populations by: Recruiting […]


Women face legal barriers to economic empowerment in virtually all countries inhibiting the potential of women – as employees and entrepreneurs – to participate effectively in the labour market and contribute fully to sustainable development. This Call to Action, supported by over twenty leading business organizations, civil society organizations and UN agencies, includes a spectrum […]

Journal Article

Journal: Studies in Family Planning Authors: Ben Bellows, Carol Bulaya, Sophie Inambwae, Craig L. Lissner, Moazzam Ali, Ashish Bajracharya Abstract: Family planning (FP) vouchers have targeted subsidies to disadvantaged populations for quality reproductive health services since the 1960s. To summarize the effect of FP voucher programs in low- and middle-income countries, a systematic review was conducted, screening studies […]


David Wofford, the Evidence Project’s Senior Advisor for Workplace Programs, presented at the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) Forum on Public-Private Partnerships for Global Health and Safety discussing the emerging opportunities and needs to provide healthcare to supply chain-level workers for multinational workplaces in lower income countries, with a specific focus on women. Wofford points to […]


The Evidence Project has produced a package of resources with support from the Levi Strauss Foundation to provide companies, supplier factories, and other organizations the information and tools to improve their management of workplace and women’s health. The resources developed are based on real experience in factories, on industry research and evidence, and on practical […]