This report presents final impact findings from a demonstration project and evaluation of Gender Matters (Gen.M), an innovative comprehensive sexuality education program that aims to reduce teen pregnancy and associated risk behaviors among U.S. adolescents, in part by challenging commonly held perceptions...
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Final Impacts of the Gender Matters ProgramSep 30, 2016
Reversing the Stall in Fertility Decline in Western Kenya: Evaluation Findings and Key LearningsApr 30, 2016
This brief summarizes key findings from a mixed-methods evaluation of the Packard Western Kenya project.
Interim Impacts of the Teen Options to Prevent Pregnancy ProgramDec 30, 2015
This study reports interim findings from a large-scale demonstration project and evaluation of Teen Options to Prevent Pregnancy, an 18-month clinic-based intervention designed specifically for pregnant and parenting adolescents.
Children with Special Health Care Needs in CHIP: Access, Use, and Child and Family OutcomesMay 01, 2015
The outcomes of Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) coverage for children with special health care needs (CSHCN) have not been assessed in the last decade.
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This study presents updated and expanded evidence on primary care outcomes for Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) enrollees compared to uninsured children, including access to flu vaccinations, preventive care screenings, and anticipatory guidance.
Measurement, Learning, and Evaluation for the Ananya Program (Family Health Initiative in Bihar)Oct 31, 2011
In 2010, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation launched the Family Health Initiative in Bihar, India (now named “Ananya”, a Sanskrit word meaning “unique” or “unlike others”).
Measurement, Learning, and Evaluation Framework for the Bihar InitiativeApr 18, 2011
This report, referred to as the “measurement, learning, and evaluation (MLE) Framework” report, describes our approach to developing the MLE plan for the Bihar Initiative.