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PMA2020 Publishes Results at National Dissemination Workshop, Uganda
PMA2020 publishes results on family planning from Uganda, and announces them at a national dissemination workshop. New PMA2020 data show that family planning programs in Uganda have made substantial progress over the past 5 years, demonstrated by...
Transparency and Accountability: Taking the Measure of Family Planning Programs
From the field: Zipporah Sakhasia (Resident Enumerator for Nairobi County, PMA2020/Kenya) shares her story about what it's like to play a part in helping her country's government improve the reproductive health of all its citizens. As a...
Accelerating and improving survey implementation with mobile technology: Lessons from PMA2020 implementation in Lagos, Nigeria
In an article published in the journal African Population Studies, Drs. Linnea Zimmerman, Funmilola OlaOlorun and Scott Radloff discuss lessons from PMA2020 implementation in Lagos, Nigeria. Large-scale nationally representative surveys have...
PMA2020 team gathers in Baltimore to reflect on progress, plan for the road ahead
PMA2020 team members from across the globe gathered in March to reflect on two years of successes and lessons learned while planning the project’s future. Principal investigators from all seven ongoing project countries came together...
Mobile Tech Drives Faster Data Collection for Family Planning Indicators With PMA2020
In an effort to revamp the time-intensive process of conducting household surveys to collect health data in developing countries, a new project is using mobile phones and rapid processing techniques to generate regular updates for a tranche of...