Finding Impact: The Measurement, Learning and Evaluation Project's Role for the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (2015) - in English & French
At the End of Project Reception at ICFP the Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) project released a video highlighting the role it has played in the success of the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative. The video underscores the importance of impact evaluation when it comes to designing effective interventions.
Innovations in Evaluation—A Brief Animation of the MLE Project (2014)
The Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) Project of the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (Urban RH Initiative) just released a video entitled “Innovations in Evaluation—A Brief Animation of the MLE Project.” In the video, David Guilkey, Principle Investigator of the MLE Project, explains the goals and the approach of MLE’s study design, including the collection of both cross sectional and longitudinal data to understand factors that influence key family planning behaviors and practices in India, Kenya, Nigeria and Senegal.
Urban Family Planning: Lives Changed (June 2012)
This video production, Urban Lives Changed, is a seven minute video about urban family planning and what works in family planning program interventions. This compelling video illustrates the importance of securing access for high-quality voluntary family planning products and increasing client demand for family planning services in urban settings. The script was inspired by What Works in Family Planning: A Systematic Review, written by MLE and published in the journal Studies in Family Planning in June 2011.
La Planification Familiale Urbaine: Des Vies Changent (June 2012)
An Introduction to the MLE Project (April 2010)
In this video, Gates Foundation and MLE partners in India, Kenya, Nigeria and Senegal provide their insights and perspectives on the MLE project and the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative. These experts explain why investing in the reproductive health of the urban poor is essential and describe the unique challenges in providing services to the urban poor.
This website was made possible by support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation under terms of the Measurement, Learning & Evaluation Project for the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative. The views expressed on this website do not necessarily reflect the views of the donor.