USAID/Egypt is supporting the Evidence Project/Population Council Egypt Office to implement a research activity to generate evidence on scalable interventions to expand private sector family planning and reproductive health programming for young Egyptians aged 18-34. The activity is investigating how to increase demand for private family planning services through peer education and social media campaigns […]
Journal: International Journal of Health Planning Management Authors: Arupendra Mozumdar, Kumudha Aruldas, Aparna Jain, and Laura Reichenbach Abstract: India’s National Health Insurance Scheme, Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY), is intended to expand health services to families living below the poverty line by enrolling them into the scheme through selected health facilities. This cross‐sectional study explored the (a) […]
Journal: African Journal of Reproductive Health Authors: Vicky Boydell, Stella Neema, Kelsey Wright, and Karen Hardee Abstract: Globally, women‘s access to modern contraception can be attributed to poor service conditions and care. Growing evidence from across the health sector has found that social accountability approaches have the potential to improve the quality of care and therefore the utilization of […]
This report provides practical insight into research utilization and the role researchers and research organizations can play in ensuring that research is considered in policymaking and program implementation. The report documents a meeting hosted by the Evidence Project in October 2017 adjacent to the International Population Conference of the International Union for the Scientific Study […]
Both the family planning sector and the environmental sector will be interested in this synopsis of findings from a study of the first four years of the Tuungane integrated population, health and environment (PHE) project in Tanzania.