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Side effects are a primary reason why women stop using contraception, even though they may still want to avoid a pregnancy. However, women’s experiences with side effects is not well documented, especially among current users. The Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) and other nationally representative surveys only ask about side effects in the context of […]

Journal Article

Expanding access to integrated HIV/family planning (FP) services and equipping health workers to provide unbiased FP services to women living with HIV (WLHIV) may help reduce negative feelings WLHIV have toward themselves in addition to reducing barriers to FP. Kenya has successfully expanded HIV treatment, but HIV-related stigma and discrimination remain. While HIV-related stigma can […]

Despite the widely agreed importance of measuring quality of care (QoC), client perspectives are often missing from routine monitoring and studies. The Evidence Project has developed a package of validated, evidence-based tools and training materials to support governments and implementing partners in measuring and monitoring QoC. Measuring QoC from clients’ perspectives will help programs celebrate […]

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Report

After years of steady decline, Egypt experienced an increase in the total fertility rate (TFR) from 3.0 births per woman in 2008 to 3.5 in 2014, which was coupled with an increase in desired family size among young people. To better understand this increase in fertility as well as prospects for change, the Evidence Project/Population […]

Report

Les résultats d’une étude basée sur la science de la mise en œuvre pilote ont montré que les pharmacies privées constituent pour les populations une source potentielle de services volontaires de counseling, de contraceptifs oraux et d’injectables, mais qu’un appui technique supplémentaire et un environnement juridique favorable sont nécessaires pour réaliser ce potentiel. Basé sur […]