This study took place between August and October 2017 within 5 study sites in Niger, Senegal, and Burkina Faso.
This brief describes a project called Reaching Married Adolescents, which represents one of the first efforts in Niger to compare the ability of different interventions to increase the number of married adolescents who use a method of contraception. The project was developed with lessons learned from years of programming among similar populations in different contexts.
Wadata means “prosperity” in Hausa, and represents the vision of collaborating with individuals, households, communities and government as co-creators to generate growth.
The LAHIA project is funded by the USAID Office of Food for Peace with the goal to reduce food insecurity and malnutrition among poor, rural households (HH).
This brochure describes the work of Transform/PHARE within nine Francophone countries.
This video shows the process of human centered design focusing on religious leaders, and how the inspiration phase led to prototyping the SARARI project in Niger. The process involved three components to engage religious leaders in discussions on SRH and FP.
This booklet, written in French, Hausa, and Arabic, was developed by Transform/PHARE to support the Sarari intervention. It provides guidance to those delivering sermons on how to incorporate themes about many family welfare topics.