Simple Tools to Reduce Preventable Deaths During Childbirth

Photo credit: Maddie Kau Written by: Maddie Kau, Senior Associate, and Sara Flanagan, Senior Associate, ideas42   Worldwide, what is more likely to kill you than 200 skydives, 1,000 scuba dives, or a diagnosed case of malaria?[1]…

Informing Social and Behavior Change Programs Using Social Listening and Social Monitoring

This brief offers practical guidance on how to use social listening as a tool to inform social and behavior change (SBC) programs. It is intended for global and regional SBC program implementers, evaluators, and donors in USAID priority countries.…

Is Better Measurement the Key to Increased Investment in Social and Behavior Change for Family Planning in Francophone West Africa?

Written by: Liselle Yorke and Leanne Dougherty Access and demand are crucial levers in family planning programming but “understanding how these two are linked and when each should be prioritized is difficult,” note Michelle Weinberger,…