Implementing study of social accountability mechanisms in family planning programs and its influence in quality of care and contraceptive use.
Monitoring and evaluation a pilot study for research on emergency contraceptive pills and pericoital methods, and coordinating submission of a clinical trial application for a pre-pilot phase in Kenya.
Building and strengthening networks for girl-centered programming that builds protective health, economic, cognitive, and social assets of the most off-track adolescent girls; implementing tools, conducting workshops, introducing technologies, and documenting experiences.
Evaluating the effect of including family planning within Ghana’s national health insurance to assess its impact on demand and equitable access.
Working with the Government of Ghana, private partners, and civil society to control the HIV epidemic in the Western region by implementing index testing, contact tracing and testing, outreach testing, and activities for case managers to link clients to antiretroviral therapy.
Generating evidence to accelerate evidence-based improvements in family planning and reproductive health policies and programs globally, and providing technical assistance for their application.
Demonstrating how social accountability processes within family planning programs and services influences quality of care and client satisfaction, and increased contraceptive use among new users of modern family planning.