For Support Of Applying Behavioral Insights To Improve Family Planning Reproductive Health Services

This grant will enable MSI-US to incorporate behavioral science approaches to increase high-impact population’s access to quality sexual and reproductive health services in Uganda. Through collaboration with Behavioral Ideas Lab (ideas42), MSI-US will design, test, and evaluate new behavioral interventions that aim to reduce bottlenecks in contraceptive uptake and mitigate factors that influence discontinuation of modern methods. The partnership includes capacity building to equip MSI-US with behavioral science knowledge and skills that can increase the effectiveness, efficiency, and sustainability of the organization’s services in Uganda and across the global network.
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