Quality Adjusted Contraceptive Prevalence Rate: A New Way to Measure Quality of Family Planning

This research intends to develop a new quality-adjusted contraceptive prevalence rate indicator that can be incorporated into population-based household surveys globally. The new indicator will be a resource for researchers, donors, program evaluators, and advocates seeking to better document and measure quality in family planning.

Location

Burkina Faso and Cameroon

Category

Family Planning/Contraception

Year Awarded

2016