Publications Catalogue

  1. Strengthening health systems to improve maternal, neonatal and child health outcomes: a framework.

    Published Journal Article | 10.03.11

    Alex Ergo, Rena Eichler, Marge Koblinsky and Nirali Shah. http://www.mchip.net/sites/default/files/mchipfiles/HSS%20and%20MNCH%20F...

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  2. Determinants of institutional delivery in rural Jhang, Pakistan

    Published Journal Article | 10.03.11

    Sohail Agha and Thomas Carton Abstract Background: There is expert consensus that delivery at a health facility substantially reduces the risk of...

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  3. Papua New Guinea (2009): MAP Study Evaluating the Availability of Condoms and Lubricants in Four Provinces. Second round.

    Mapping Study Summary (MAP) | 09.28.11

    Study Type: Measuring Access and Performance (MAP) Country, Region: Papua New Guinea, Asia & Eastern Europe Authors: Cynde Robinson, Bram Piot...

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  4. August 2011 Health Impact Report

    Health Impact Report | 09.27.11

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  5. Understanding Dr. Imrana, the Sabzsitara Provider: FOQUS Summary PSI Dashboard

    Qualitative Research Sum. (FoQus) | 09.23.11

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  6. HIV PREVENTION AND CONTROL IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT ENCLAVES PROJECT: “TOKAUT NA TOKSTRET!” MARITAL RELATIONSHIP TRAINING.

    Qualitative Research Sum. (FoQus) | 09.21.11

    A key component of PSI/PNG’s activities within the Rural Development Enclaves Project is the ‘Tokaut na Tokstret!’ (Talk Out and Talk Straight)...

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  7. LIBERIA (2011): MAP STUDY EVALUATING THE AVAILABILITY OF HOUSEHOLD WATER TREATMENT PRODUCTS IN WASH PROJECT AREAS. ROUND ONE.

    Mapping Study Summary (MAP) | 09.12.11

    Study Type: Measuring Access and Performance (MAP) Country, Region: Liberia, West & Central Africa Authors: Axel Addy, Bram Piot Publication Year...

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  8. LIBERIA (2011): MAP STUDY EVALUATING THE AVAILABILITY OF CONDOMS, HOUSEHOLD WATER TREATMENT PRODUCTS, ANTIMALARIALS, AND CONTRACEPTIVES. ROUND ONE.

    Mapping Study Summary (MAP) | 09.12.11

    Study Type: Measuring Access and Performance (MAP) Country, Region: Liberia, West & Central Africa Authors: Axel Addy, Bram Piot Publication Year...

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  9. MÉXICO (2011): Programa de Promoción de Salud Sexual y Reproductiva. Estudio TRaC Evaluando niveles de comportamientos de riesgo, factores asociados e impacto del programa entre Jóvenes de 15-24 años en Chetumal, Quintana Roo. SEGUNDA RONDA.

    Quantitative Research Sum. (TRaC) | 09.07.11

    Study Type: Tracking Results Continuously (TRaC) Country, Region: Mexico, Latin America & Caribbean Authors: Angelica Ospina, Ricardo Román-...

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  10. July 2011 Health Impact Report

    Health Impact Report | 08.22.11

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  11. Cambodia (2011): Number One and OK Brand Equity survey

    Qualitative Research Sum. (FoQus) | 08.11.11

    Flash FoQus Consumer Workshops and Crowd Sourcing were used to identify the brand image and perception of the Number One and OK Condom brands among...

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  12. Burkina Faso (2011): Etude Flash FoQus – Repositionnement de Prudence

    Qualitative Research Sum. (FoQus) | 08.11.11

    The results of a 2010 TRaC study among sexually active men indicated that consistent condom use was low, specifically among youth. In 2011, the...

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  13. Disconnect between discourse and behavior regarding concurrent sexual partnerships and condom use: findings from a qualitative study among youth in Malawi

    Published Journal Article | 08.09.11

    Authors: Stacy L. Romero, Amy A. Ellis, and Tilly A. Gurman Authors: Stacy L. Romero, Amy A. Ellis and Tilly A. Gurman

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  14. Media saturation, communication exposure and HIV stigma in Nigeria

    Published Journal Article | 07.25.11

    Authors: Stella Babalola, Adesegun Fatusi, Jennifer Anyanti

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  15. Dedicated providers of long-acting reversible contraception: new approach in Zambia

    Published Journal Article | 07.25.11

    Authors: Josselyn Neukom, Jully Chilambwe, Joseph Mkandawire, Reuben Kamoto Mbewe, David Hubacher Abstract: Background Long-acting reversible...

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