- Download Part 1: Assessment and Feasibility of Maintaining an Innovative Program
- Download Part 2: The Cost of Scaling Up Family Planning Services
The Evidence Project, with partners the Population Council and Management Sciences for Health, conducted a two-part study of the Scaling Up Family Planning project (coordinated by Abt Associates and funded by DfID) to identify the contributions, challenges, and lessons learned. The objectives of this research were to: Provide recommendations regarding the feasibility of integrating the […]
There is a gap in knowledge and understanding of effective adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) programming in Bangladesh, especially programming at scale. Initiatives to address ASRH have been implemented at different times by both the Government of Bangladesh (GOB) and NGOs, but these activities have often been fragmented and are not well documented or evaluated, making it difficult to […]
This poster presents findings from a study that explores the perceptions and experiences of Women living with HIV seeking FP and HIV services from community health volunteers in rural Kenya.
The recent increase in Egypt’s total fertility rate from 3.0 in 2008 to 3.5 in 2014, along with stalling contraceptive rates and persistent unmet need for family planning (FP), highlights a need to explore new venues for providing FP services. The specific objectives of this study were to determine the size, scope, and scale of private sector FP […]
A “total market approach” (TMA) to family planning promotes access to family planning for individuals and couples through coordination and collaboration among government health care services, nonprofit health care services, and the business/commercial sector for family planning products. While many countries are interested in the TMA approach to family planning policies and strategies, it’s difficult […]