Developing scalable, evidence-based solutions for increased and improved one-year contraceptive continuation following women’s and adolescent girls’ medical abortion self-administration, selecting sites, hiring data collectors, monitoring data collection, and analyzing data.
Analyses of family planning investments in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh: Collating and analyzing datasets; documenting, measuring and evaluating program effects in selected learning sites; and identifying evidence gaps.
Generating evidence to accelerate evidence-based improvements in family planning and reproductive health policies and programs globally, and providing technical assistance for their application.
Developing an interdependent, integrated learning network of high impact practice incubators for task sharing and postpartum/post-abortion family planning, through successful public and private urban and peri-urban programs.
Addressing India’s health data deficiencies with multi-sectoral collaborations, including federal ministries for data collection and analysis quality and innovations, through a national forum with the National Institute of Medical Statistics.
Improving the quality and availability of family planning services in Lagos and Kaduna states, and enabling sustainable service delivery by including private-sector family planning providers in systemic improvement efforts.
Leading social and behavioral change research for proven interventions to support developing countries’ health and development outcomes, including demand for modern family planning, maternal and child death prevention, and AIDS and malaria eradication.
Reducing financial barriers, particularly for transportation, faced by women seeking fistula repair services, and increasing access to safe maternal care.
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.
Improving access to safe and legal abortion in Mexico’s states by ensuring access to medical abortion in 17 states as well as through legal indications in six states, focused on rape indication.