IntraHealth, ideas42 Launch New Research Using Behavioral Interventions To Improve Quality Of, Access To Family Planning Services In Uganda

IntraHealth International: New Project Will Use Behavioral Science to Improve Family Planning Services in Uganda
“[A] new research project, called Scale-Up and Capacity Building in Behavioral Science to Improve the Uptake of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Services (SupCap, for short) will improve the health and well-being of women of reproductive age in Eastern Uganda by helping increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate and decrease unwanted pregnancies in 25 districts. … [T]his research project will identify, test, and scale up a proven behavioral intervention to improve the quality of family planning services and make them available to more people in the region…” (9/17).

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