A $2 million grant to rigorously test the impact of a radio-based behaviour change campaign to encourage women in Burkina Faso to prevent unwanted pregnancies through the use of modern contraceptives.
Potential for cost-effective impact.
The innovation has significant potential to be a cost-effective way to promote modern contraceptive usage, and to work across multiple geographies. Many other donors and governments will be able to assess this evidence when making their own funding and policy decisions.
Sector impact and learning and commitment to rigorous evidence.
This RCT will contribute to the evidence base of behaviour change health media campaigns. DMI has demonstrated a strong commitment to institutional learning and evaluation.Apply for funding