Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating Evidence-Based, Holistic Programs :
Applying SEED :

Scale-Up: Bangladesh, Togo, Burkina Faso, and Tanzania

In addition to applying SEED to family planning programming at the global and country levels, RESPOND also used SEED to inform its work in the scale-up of family planning interventions in Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Tanzania, and Togo. In Bangladesh, RESPOND worked to make family planning services available for postpartum women, strengthen data quality, determine the acceptability of the Sino-implant (II), and reach young married couples with long-acting methods of family planning. In Tanzania, SEED informed the adoption of interventions to improve quality contraceptive security, while in Burkina Faso and Togo, SEED shaped RESPOND’s interventions to build public-sector capacity to overcome barriers to contraceptive choice. 

RESPOND’s scale-up activities are described in project and technical briefs, research studies and reports, social and behavior change communication materials, and presentations given at international conferences, symposiums, and key meetings.

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