What we are doing
Working with publicly available databases, research studies and program data to understand how family planning and immunization services are planned, implemented and monitored in Pakistan. Our aim was to engage with all stakeholders to make these analyses available to them and even work with them to answer specific questions when possible.
Our work with stakeholders also included efforts to build Institutional Capacity for sustained Evidence Use in making policy and program decisions beyond this grant initiative. During this grant we worked closely with the Punjab Policy and Strategic Planning Unit (PSPU) and the Knowledge Management Unit (Health Department Punjab).
- Synthesis of Existing Evidence
- Secondary Data Analysis
- Cost Effectiveness/ Utility
- Assessment and Documentation of Best Practices and Successful Models
- Program Performance Analysis
- Working with officials to facilitate uptake of evidence
- Identify evidence that will support resource generation and performance evaluation
- Work with Parliamentarians to make actionable evidence about family planning and immunization available to them for potential use in their routine work
- Understand decision making processes
- Work with print media to provide evidence based material to develop news and articles
NO. 45 | June 2016Addressing Multi-Dimensional Urban Poverty with Community-Driven, Bottom-up Solutions
NO. 44 | September 2015Family Planning Implications Of Considering Children A Luxury Good
NO. 43 | June 2014Changes in the Contraceptive Prevalence: Comparison of Pakistan Demographic Health Survey 2006-7 with 2012-13