Breakthrough RESEARCH is conducting a mixed-methods study including baseline, midline, and endline surveys to assess differential changes over time in key health outcomes associated with the integrated social and behavior change (SBC) strategy and qualitative methods to explain how and why gender-related changes occurred or were associated with these changes. The goals of this study are to provide information to inform project implementation and to build the global evidence base related to multisectoral integrated SBC programming. These briefs present select baseline and midline findings among female and male respondents of reproductive age residing in three intervention sites—Hamzari (Maradi region) and Wadata and Girma (Zinder region). There are five briefs—family planning; maternal, newborn, and child health; immunization; nutrition; water, sanitation, and hygiene.
Breakthrough RESEARCH. 2023. "Evaluation of RISE II integrated social and behavior change activities in Niger: Family planning; maternal, newborn, and child health; immunization; nutrition; water, sanitation, and hygiene," Breakthrough RESEARCH Programmatic Research Brief. Washington, DC: Population Council.