The business guide, How Businesses Can Invest in Women and Realize Returns, is co-authored by the UN Foundation, the Evidence Project led by the Population Council, and BSR’s HERproject. The guide encourages corporate leadership and showcases how companies can take action in the field of women workers’ health and empowerment. It highlights current investments from […]


This interactive half-day session which took place at the 2017 International Population Conference provided participants with an overview of RU and why it is important, practical examples of how the Evidence Project has incorporated RU into its activities to promote research uptake into family planning and reproductive health policy and programming, and a working session to […]


Corporations and their suppliers in low- and middle-income countries have had few incentives to make worker health – much less family planning, reproductive health, and maternal, newborn, and child health – a priority because the standards, mechanisms, and policies that influence corporate actions are largely silent on worker and women’s health. As corporations are increasingly […]


This brief is based on a retail audit, carried out in January 2016, that was commissioned as part of PATH’s work under the USAID-funded Evidence Project to conduct a landscape assessment of the feasibility of a Total Market Approach in Uganda. This project also involved key informant interviews with stakeholders on their attitudes towards TMA principles and the collection of a Uganda Market […]


A new evaluation of Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)’s HERhealth model, conducted by the Evidence Project/Population Council, offers important evidence and recommendations for effective programming to improve the health of women workers in garment factories in Bangladesh and elsewhere. Bangladesh’s ready-made garment sector – an important contributor to the global garment industry and to Bangladesh’s […]