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Research outputs: UGANDA
Increasing family planning uptake among women of child bearing age in Uganda requires the intensification of proven strategies such as educa...
In Uganda, healthcare services were made available to everyone in 2001, through the abolition of direct user fees for public healthcare serv...Download this report
The key messages outlined in this policy brief are the following: * To implement EmOC policy efficiently and effectively, the key aspects of...Download this report
2021 Mere compliance or learning: M&E culture in the public service of Benin, Uganda and South Africa
This chapter builds on research on the performance monitoring and evaluation (M&E)culture in Benin, Uganda and South Africa conducted throug...