PROGRESS Newsletter: Works in PROGRESS
Works in PROGRESS provides an update on program activities.
PROGRESS Research Projects in Uganda: An Overview
PROGRESS Approach: Institutionalizing Evidence-Based Practices
March 13, 2012. This presentation was given during an end-of-project meeting conducted by the PROGRESS project. PROGRESS (Program Research for Strengthening Services) is a five-year project awarded to FHI 360 by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in June 2008. The project seeks to improve access to family planning among underserved populations by providing global technical leadership and working in selected countries.
PROGRESS Final Report (Ethiopia)
March 2017 — The end of project report on the Program Research for Strengthening Services (PROGRESS) project in Ethiopia summarizes FHI 360’s work with the Federal Ministry of Health to enhance monitoring and evaluation in family planning data collection and data utilization. The project successfully supported 41 centers of excellence in selected woredas. Due to the success of the centers, the Federal Ministry of Health will continue the centers and expand in additional woredas. The project also successfully conducted assessments and research projects for the ministry to help improve family planning services in the country. This project was funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development.