Provider behavior change: Social and behavior change approaches to quality of care in family planning
Breakthrough RESEARCH was USAID’s flagship social and behavior change (SBC) research and evaluation project to drive the generation, packaging, and use of innovative SBC research to inform programming. A six-year project (2017–2023), Breakthrough RESEARCH was led by the Population Council in collaboration with our consortium partners: Tulane University, Avenir Health, Population Reference Bureau, Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University, and ideas42. This legacy resource highlights evidence, insights, and learnings over the past six years from Breakthrough RESEARCH’s work to advance provider behavior change (PBC) programming and fill critical PBC evidence gaps.
Breakthrough RESEARCH. 2023. "Provider behavior change: Social and behavior change approaches to quality of care in family planning," Breakthrough RESEARCH Legacy and Learning Series. Washington, DC: Population Council.