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COVID-19 has presented the world with unprecedented challenges. The pandemic has tested the strength and flexibility of development programmes; necessitating programme implementers to adjust their way of working and strike a balance between emerge...
Marginalized and hard to reach populations, such as the poor, youth, and people living with disabilities, often experience significant difficulties in accessing quality integrated and inclusive family planning and SRHR services. A program aiming ...
This September, ResultsinHealth is hosting an online MSC training for the UK Evaluation Society. The Most Significant Change technique is a highly participatory form of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E), helping you identify both expected and unex...
ResultsinHealth supports the Stop TB partnership in its calls to quadruple funding for the fight against Tuberculosis.
To reduce SRHR-related morbidity and mortality - and ensuring access to rights - it is of great importance to effectively translate knowledge into policy and practice.
ResultsinHealth recently completed a mixed-method research project for Oxfam Canada, focusing on the delivery side of SRH services to Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) in Ethiopia, Mozambique, and the Philippines.
Malaria is holding back economies, communities, and families from achieving their potential. It's women and particularly children who bear the brunt of this impact.
On 27 January 2022 Nur Hidayati and Karijn Kakebeeke, will share their experiences on measuring impact through visual storytelling methods using combined methods: Photovoice and Most Significant Change (MSC) at the VEN talks.

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