PMA2020 was originally designed to facilitate annual progress reporting in support of the goals and principles of Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) across priority countries in Africa and Asia. PMA2020 uses an innovative mobile-based data collection platform that supports rapid-turnaround surveys, generates key indicators on an annual basis, and strengthens local capacity. In each program country, PMA2020 is implemented through a network of local universities and research institutions, who train and deploy a cadre of female Resident Enumerators, who are the primary data collectors.
CURRENT SURVEY PROGRESS:
Burkina Faso: completed four rounds of data collection.
DRC: completed five rounds of data collection - five in Kinshasa, and two in neighboring province Kongo Central.
Ethiopia: completed five rounds of data collection.
Ghana: completed five rounds of data collection.
Kenya: completed five rounds of data collection.
India: completed one round of data collection.
Indonesia: completed two rounds of data collection.
Niger: completed three rounds of data collection - three rounds in Niamey, and one round outside Niamey for the nationally representative survey.
Nigeria: completed four rounds of data collection in Lagos and Kaduna states. PMA2020/Nigeria expanded to 5 additional states in 2016 and 2017 (Anambra, Kano, Nasarawa, Rivers, Taraba).
Uganda: completed five rounds of data collection.