Program Guidance

This brief offers practical guidance on how to use social listening as a tool to inform social and behavior change (SBC) programs. It is intended for global and regional SBC program implementers, evaluators, and donors in USAID priority countries. Social listening uses existing data from public online sources. It can be conducted both retrospectively and prospectively, enabling SBC program, research, and evaluation stakeholders to access relevant insights in a quick and cost-effective way.

This article explains that evaluation expenses are highly situational with no simple way to calculate costs. It offers several steps involved in costing a program's evaluation.

Access to quality and affordable Family planning {FP) services is crucial in improving Maternal and Child health (MCH) indices in Nigeria. High quality FP services is a key determinant of contraceptive uptake, and availability of a full range of commodities enables a woman to make an informed decision and increases contraceptive uptake and continuation. 

In-clinic mobilization is an activity conducted in the health facility during antenatal, post-natal and immunization clinics to increase family planning use by reaching women and couples with family planning information and messages during pregnancy and after delivery. 

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