The Breakthrough RESEARCH Business Case modeled social and behavior change (SBC) cost-effectiveness and return on investment in Guinea, combining the evidence on the cost and effectiveness of SBC with Guinea-specific data on its current context and planned SBC expansion aligned with the National Budgeted Action Plan for Family Planning (2019–2023).
Breakthrough RESEARCH. 2019. “Investing in social and behavior change is cost-effective for increasing modern contraceptive use in Guinea,” factsheet. Washington, DC: Population Council.