MSI-US

For Support Of Testing Behavioral Interventions In Family Planning Programs

Overview
This grant will enable Marie Stopes International US (MSI-US) to collaborate with ideas42 (a Hewlett grantee) to apply principles from behavioral economics to improve how reproductive health services are provided in their clinics in Uganda and Nepal. MSI-US worked closely with ideas42 to identify persistent challenges that could be addressed with behavioral solutions. The project in Uganda will focus on increasing the redemption rates of e-vouchers that are provided to call center clients. In Nepal, MSI-US will test interventions that seek to improve the likelihood of a follow-up visit after a medical abortion, and ways to integrate family planning services as part of this continuum of abortion care.
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