Learning from young people to prevent and manage unwanted pregnancies
This research briefing addresses an urgent need to understand young people's attitudes towards sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and their use of related services in Sierra Leone.
What clients say about private sector reproductive health services
This research briefing presents findings from a survey of health-service clients and offers recommendations to improve quality of care.
Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of family planning
This research briefing equips health planners and health providers with data to help them adapt and target family planning services.
Traditional Leaders and Communities in Mchinji - Take Action!
This advocacy leaflet calls on traditional leaders and communities in Mchinji district to learn about the issues in maternal, newborn and child health in their communities.
Calling on Mchinji's district leaders to save mothers and babies
This advocacy leaflet calls on Mchinji's district leaders to learn about maternal, newborn and child health issues in their communities and to take action to prevent future deaths.
Establishing a baseline to measure change
In this article, find out what methods are used to collect data on the E4A programme, assessing how far key decision-makers make use of MNH data and the level of political will to improve MNH outcomes.
Nigeria Independent Accountability Mechanism for MNCH
This paper outlines NIAM, an independent group that monitors the implementation progress of Nigeria’s national roadmap to advance women’s and children’s health. The authors recommend that engagement between government and civil society – as illustrated by NIAM – should be used more to achieve national goals.
Evidence for Action IJGO Series
This special series focuses on the Evidence for Action (E4A) programme. The editorial outlines the context in which E4A works, describes its distinctive approach combining evidence, advocacy, and accountability, and introduces the other articles in the series.
Strengths and weaknesses in MPDR implementation
This article investigates the implementation of maternal and perinatal death reviews (MPDRs) in Tanzania, its role and practices at district and regional hospitals, and the involvement of health system and administration staff.
Ensuring acceptability of service through accountability
MamaYe and Evidence for Action’s innovative approach in fostering accountability for maternal and newborn health.