This project will capitalize on the evidence, experience, local talent, and current infrastructure for family planning in DRC that has been built over the past ten years, and position existing actors to carry priority initiatives forward at the close of 2023.
USAID IHP works to strengthen the capacity of Congolese institutions and communities to deliver quality, integrated health services to sustainably improve the health status of the Congolese population.
This pilot study will assess the feasibility of using informal drugstore operators as a source of modern contraceptives and generate evidence supporting policy changes in the national health system for FP service delivery.
The objective of this research was to build the evidence base on emergency contraceptive services availability and quality in small, private pharmacies operating throughout Kinshasa via a mystery client study.
This project aims to support Tulane’s long-time and most successful implementing partner, SANRU, as they develop and pilot their own community-based model to provide quality SRH services to youths and adolescents living in Kinshasa.
This project used GIS (satellite imagery treatment) and micro-census to produce updated estimates of the neighborhood population in Kinshasa and provide an updated sampling frame for FP services coverage analysis.