Reducing HIV incidence in adolescent girls and young women in sub-Saharan Africa is key.
MEASURE Evaluation is conducting research to inform DREAMS programming, as well as the monitoring and evaluation of DREAMS programs in Swaziland, Mozambique, and South Africa—all to help achieve the global health goal of an AIDS-free generation. Read more
A market approach to meet family planning needs
A total market approach (TMA) to family planning helps governments, businesses, and nonprofit health agencies collaborate to provide couples with a full range of options for products and services. Read more
Improving and sustaining health information systems performance
MEASURE Evaluation’s Dr. Theo Lippeveld speaks with Ms. Madina Nakibirige, with the Strengthening Decentralization for Sustainability Program, at the Cracking the Nut, Health 2016 Conference in Washington, DC. Read more about the project’s work in strengthening health information systems.
Quality of HIV services for MSM and transgender women
A new systematic review outlines important indicators to assess quality of care for marginalized populations—in the healthcare facility and in the health system as a whole. Read more
MEASURE Evaluation helps strengthen health information systems by applying innovative health informatics tools and processes.