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SMARTPHONE-BASED SURVEY PROGRAM AT JOHNS HOPKINS RECEIVES TWO GRANTS FOR LARGE-SCALE PERFORMANCE MONITORING
December 02, 2016 A smartphone-based survey project at Johns Hopkins has received two additional grants totaling $8 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to expand data collection in low-resource settings for performance monitoring...
Richest Women in Lagos Use More Family Planning than the Poorest
By Funmi OlaOlorun, PhD (Co-Principal Investigator, PMA2020) The richest women in Lagos state were more likely than their poorest counterparts to report using a family planning method. This is a finding from a recent survey by the Performance...
Emir of Kano State and State Health Commissioner Promise to Use New Family Planning Data
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 – Kano State, Nigeria New data show a 6.4-point increase in contraceptive use among married women age 15-49 in Kano State, Nigeria – from 0.6% to 7.0% – in just three years since the last Demographic and...