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Study Design for the Measurement, Learning & Evaluation Project

The Measurement, Learning & Evaluation (MLE) Project will use rigorous evaluation methods to determine if Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (URHI) interventions in four countries (India, Nigeria, Kenya, and Senegal) increase contraceptive use among urban populations (particularly the urban poor) and improve the quality of and access to integrated reproductive health services in urban areas. The MLE project will also identify the cost-effectiveness of URHI interventions, when feasible. Using a quasi-experimental design with four intervention and two comparison cities in each country, the MLE project will survey women and evaluate reproductive health service delivery points at two-year intervals for up to four years. The study will also include cross-sectional surveys of women (and men in some countries) in a hybrid study design. This report highlights the MLE study design and its technical components.

Study Design for the Measurement, Learning & Evaluation Project (pdf)

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