PSI Research & Metrics Staff Profile

Megan Kays
Regional Researcher, East Africa
Nairobi, Kenya

As Regional Researcher for East Africa, Megan provides oversight and technical assistance to PSI’s research in Angola, Burundi, Malawi, Mozambique,...

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Publications Catalogue

  1. HSR 2012: Longfield - Aligning measurement between organizations: PSI's DALY models & MSI's Impact 2 model

    Conference Presentation | 11.22.12

    Second Global Symposium on Health Systems Research (HSR) Beijing, China October 31 - November 3, 2012 Presenter: Kim Longfield

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  2. PSI Progress Report 2012 - English

    Annual Report | 11.14.12

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  3. The Clinical Health Network in China - Helping Mr. Li Lead a Healthier Life

    Brief | 11.09.12

    Mr. Li quit drugs about eight years ago. Since then he has found a job as a security guard, and is enjoying a stable life with his family. He did not...

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  4. Community-Based Rehabilitation for People Who Inject Drugs in China

    Brief | 11.09.12

    Mrs. Deng, Director of the Wangzhou Community in Nanning, Guangxi, China has devoted her whole life to community social work. In 2008, the Nanning...

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  5. Ms. Liu Rong - A Royal Leader in China

    Brief | 11.09.12

    Read Ms. Liu Rong's story. She is a peer educator with PSI/China’s Huxianghao (HXH) Ba Drop-in Center.

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  6. Effect of the Affordable Medicines Facility-malaria (AMFm) on the availability, price, and market share of quality-assured artemisinin-based combination therapies in seven countries: a before-and-after analysis of outlet survey data

    Published Journal Article | 10.31.12

    Sarah Tougher, the ACTwatch Group, Yazoume Ye, John H Amuasi, Idrissa A Kourgueni, Rebecca Thomson, Catherine Goodman, Andrea G Mann, Ruilin Ren,...

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  7. 2012 September Global Impact Report

    Health Impact Report | 10.29.12

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  8. Annual Health Impact Report 2011

    Health Impact Report | 10.24.12

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  9. Narrowing the treatment gap with equitable access: mid-term outcomes of a community case management program in Cameroon

    Published Journal Article | 10.02.12

    Authors: Megan Littrell, Laure Vartan Moukam, Roger Libite, Jean Christian Youmba and Gunther Baugh

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  10. 2012 August Global Impact Report

    Health Impact Report | 09.25.12

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  11. Lesotho (2010): HIV/AIDS TRaC Study Examining Consistent Condom Use and VCT Uptake Among Men and Women, Ages 15-35 years in Lesotho. Third Round.

    Quantitative Research Sum. (TRaC) | 09.07.12

    In 2010, Population Services International Lesotho (PSI/L) conducted a national household survey among 15-35-year-old adults to investigate key...

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  12. Bénin (2010): Etude TRaC dans les ménages sur les facteurs associes à l'utilisation systématique du condom chez les adolescents et jeunes de 15-24 ans des départements de l'Atacora et de la Donga au Bénin. Premier Passage.

    Quantitative Research Sum. (TRaC) | 09.06.12

    Cette étude a été realisée en août 2010 dans les ménages sur un échantillon de 4124 jeunes des deux sexes, âgés de 15 à 24 ans, mariés ou non. Un é...

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  13. PSI Data Use and Authorship Policies

    Other Resource | 09.06.12

    To read PSI's data use and authorship policies, please refer to the documents above. If you would like to request PSI data for analysis, research...

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  14. Factors associated with HIV testing and condom use in Mozambique: implications for programs

    Published Journal Article | 09.05.12

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  15. Bénin (2011): Evaluation des activités de communication sur l'utilisation du produit de traitement de la diarrhée Orasel-Zinc et les facteurs influençant cette utilisation dans les zones d’intervention du projet IMPACT. 2ème passage.

    Quantitative Research Sum. (TRaC) | 09.05.12

    Au Bénin, la prévalence de la diarrhée est de 9,0% (EDS 2006) chez les enfants de moins de cinq ans. Cette prévalence est particulièrement élevée...

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