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RESOURCE LIBRARY

RESOURCE LIBRARY

As part of our rigorous process, Metrics for Management writes and publicly shares a variety of technical reports, journal articles, and mass media communications. Please find a list of publications, articles, literature reviews, feature stories, and more in our four areas of work below.

 

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M4M at Women Deliver 2019
M4M at Women Deliver 2019Visit M4M's demo table at Women Deliver 2019 in Vancouver to learn more about the EquityTool and our contributions to women's and girls' global health., , , , June 3, 2019canadaconferences-seminars eventabortion-service-quality family-planning-quality maternal-health-quality socioeconomic-equity
Symposium: Who should care for women? Reflections on the private sector's role in reproductive and maternal health
Symposium: Who should care for women? Reflections on the private sector’s role in reproductive and maternal healthM4M Director of Research Dr. Nirali Chakraborty will speak at this London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) Symposium on May 21, 2018. , May 5, 2018kenya ugandaconferences-seminars event
Identifying Adopters of Family Planning in Client Exit Interviews: Does Recall Period Matter?
Identifying Adopters of Family Planning in Client Exit Interviews: Does Recall Period Matter?Article by Feeser, Chakraborty, Koladycz, Marriott, and Armstrong, representing Metrics for Management and International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF). In the interests of standardizing the assessment of family planning continuing users or adopters, this article analyzes how applying a timeframe to questions on prior contraceptive use affected client response, and thus, client profile. , , August 23, 2017reportadditionality family-planning-quality health-impact
Data required to calculate family planning additionality
Data required to calculate family planning additionalityTwo different types of data are required in order to estimate a program’s contribution to increased contraceptive prevalence at a national level. This estimate, known as additional users of family planning, is conducted using MSI’s Impact 2 Calculator. This guide outlines the two sources of data required, and two methods of data collection, and provides recommended best practices., April 12, 2017guides-toolsadditionality health-impact
Additionality terminology
Additionality terminologyMetrics Working Group summary document of additionality terminology to use and to avoid, including in contexts of commonly-collected routine service statistics data, family planning client characteristics, and population-level data. , February 16, 2017briefing-document guides-toolsadditionality
Guide and model questionnaire for assessing client profile to calculate additionality
Guide and model questionnaire for assessing client profile to calculate additionalityExcel-formatted sample questionnaire and guidance for using the questionnaire to assess client profile for family planning additionality calculations., , August 17, 2017guides-toolsadditionality family-planning-quality health-impact
Additionality talking points
Additionality talking pointsMetrics Working Group summary document of key features of the additionality metric, including explanations of the FP2020 goal, Marie Stopes International (MSI)'s Impact 2 calculator, client-use profile calculations, required service provision data, and other key points., February 16, 2017briefing-document guides-toolsadditionality
Interpreting and understanding additional users as reported by family planning programs
Interpreting and understanding additional users as reported by family planning programsA guide for those who are receiving reports on programmatic contributions to the FP2020 goals and pledges using Marie Stopes International (MSI)'s Impact 2 calculator., April 7, 2017guides-toolsadditionality health-impact
Health Impact: Improving population health
Health Impact: Improving population healthAn overview of the health impact metric.March 16, 2017briefing-documenthealth-impact
Additionality: Capturing additional users in health markets
Additionality: Capturing additional users in health marketsAn overview of the additionality metric.October 6, 2016briefing-documentadditionality
M4M Consulting Case Study: Creating a global measure of lives transformed with PCI
M4M Consulting Case Study: Creating a global measure of lives transformed with PCIWorking together with Project Concern International (PCI), M4M created modules for the organization that were aligned with global measurement best practices. The standardized components are applicable to all programs where PCI provides services, enabling easy comparisons across projects, as well as over time within a single project.July 9, 2018guatemala india malawi united-statescase-studycustom-metric