Family Planning

Hinnou Vivo Final Evaluation

The project HINNOU VIVO, which kicked off in January 2015, drew to its close on 20 December 2019 following the implementation of its phase II. The purpose of this final evaluation is to measure the progress made and the results obtained following its implementation, in terms of improving family planning and immunization services with regard to the evolution of the contraceptive prevalence rate within the Adjohoun-Bonou-Dangbo healthcare zone (ABD/HZ) and across the healthcare areas (health centres and beneficiary communities) within the said healthcare zone. The evaluation also aims to determine the factors of the project which proved to be determining factors in this improvement of the contraceptive prevalence rate, to assess the effectiveness of the project implementation strategy (i.e. the immunization/FP activities’ integration strategy) and to assess the attitudes of healthcare providers in relation to the project results obtained. Read More...

The NGO Health Service Delivery Project 2012 – 2018 – Final Report

From 2012 to 2017, USAID supported the Surjer Hashi (SH), or Smiling Sun, network through the NGO Health Service Delivery Project (NHSDP). The UK Department for International Development (DfID) provided additional funding beginning in the second project year. A consortium led by Pathfinder International, NHSDP provided material and technical support to 25 NGOs, who served a catchment area of 26.3 million people through a network of 399 static and 10,872 satellite clinics and 11,842 community service providers (CSPs). In its five years of implementation, the SH network made 251,490,942 services contacts, 8,237,567 of which were for antenatal care (ANC) and 42,577,833 were adolescents or youth. More than three million visits to SH clinics for children under five years of age integrated activities to monitor children’s growth and promote healthy nutrition. By providing 7,839,430 Couple Years' Protection, the SH network averted 2,000 maternal and 10,000 child deaths and 1.9 million unwanted pregnancies. Read More...

RAPPORT FINAL D’EVALUATION: PROGRAMME PLANNING FAMILIAL ITINERANT (PFI) DE CARE-SERA

Ce rapport est l’évaluation finale du projet de SERA ROMANIA ‘Planning Familial Itinérant’ (PFI), dont le but global était de développer des services itinérants de planning familial afin de limiter le nombre de grossesses non désirées et dans le cas de grossesses, d’en améliorer le suivi en Roumanie. L’évaluation a été commanditée par CARE France. [25 pages] Read More...

évaluation à mi-parcours maman lumière

This 57 page document shows the mid-term findings from CARE Niger's Maman Lumiere program on reducin... Read More...

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