Health service providers can restrict access to contraceptives through their own imposed biases about method appropriateness. In this study, provider biases toward contraceptive service provision among urban Nigerian providers was assessed.
The MEL Leader will be the principal liaison point between DFAT, Investing in Women and program partners in respect to MEL activities. S/he will be responsible for: implementing the activities which comprise the IW MEL System (either directly or via management of technical advisory inputs); ensuring the System is efficiently meeting the program’s information needs; and aligning the MEL system with component implementation.
Knowledge and Learning Advisors will contribute to building a central, expert and analytical function to support and enable colleagues across the organisation to make better use of knowledge and learning.
Concern about contraceptive side effects is a common reason reported by women for not using contraception or discontinuing use. We sought to characterize women's preferences related to method characteristics and side effects and to examine whether their adopted method was consistent with their stated preferences.
The Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) Project is the evaluation component of the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (Urban RH Initiative), a multi-country program in India, Kenya, Nigeria and Senegal that aims to improve the health of the urban poor.
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