Are our voucher programmes working? Evaluating methods and results in six countries

Leave no one behind   |   26 August 2016 

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MSI has been implementing family planning voucher programmes in 11 countries since 2005. Voucher schemes have the potential to expand women’s access to family planning services, especially among poor and underserved populations.

To evaluate their effectiveness, we reviewed voucher interventions for family planning and sexual and reproductive health services across our country programmes. This brief presents a summary of results for the family planning voucher programmes.


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