Charting New Frontiers in Provider Behavior Change Monitoring and Evaluation

Evidence from the field of social and behavior change (SBC) underscores that individual behavior change is more likely to be sustained when supported by social and structural change.1,2 Health care providers need the ecosystem in which they…
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Insecticide-Treated Net Access and Use Report

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Through a world map interface, this interactive site provides decision-makers with essential ITN indicators alongside country-specific determinants of use.
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Community Empathways Dialogue Results Brief

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This brief describes a monitoring effort in Côte d’Ivoire and Togo to gauge whether the Empathways card deck contributed to reducing social barriers for youth to access FP/RH information and services.
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Measuring Equity in SBC Programming for Family Planning and Sexual and Reproductive Health

The Measuring Equity in Social and Behavior Change Programming brief offers guidance for FP/SRH stakeholders to measure and address health inequities.

Data Collected by Breakthrough ACTION to Be Useful for Decision Makers for Years to Come

In Guatemala, Breakthrough ACTION created a dashboard that local governments can use to make data-driven decisions in a variety of health areas.