Hosting Global Health Corps Fellows for one year in order to mentor and build their leadership skills through work implementing and managing research activities.
Developing strategies with the Ministry of Education to ensure more pregnant or parenting girls can re-enter or remain in school.
Designing and implementing a quasi-experimental study on provider behavior change for family planning as part of the Health Service Delivery project.
Reducing young infant death in Kenya from possible severe bacterial infection by scaling up the implementation of the national Integrated Management of Childhood Illness guidelines, part of strengthened postnatal and young infant care.
Conducting a qualitative study health-seeking behaviors in Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu—for chronic respiratory disease in hospitalized adults and common reproductive health problems among women who sought treatment within the past year.
Analyzing pre-marital counseling and family planning programs in South Asia to assess potential application in Pakistan.
Evaluating the effect of including family planning within Ghana’s national health insurance to assess its impact on demand and equitable access.
Providing technical assistance and training in support of Egypt’s family planning/reproductive health program. Interventions aim to increase demand for family planning services and improved service quality, leading to a positive change in contraceptive use and reduced fertility over time.
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.