Internships: viewing all internships from Uganda
Amanda carried out key informant interviews in Ethiopia and Uganda to identify current family planning priorities, reproductive health policies, and feasibility of community-based distribution of contraceptives.
Carrine worked with Marie Stopes International to assess providers’ opinions of a reproductive health voucher program in Uganda. These voucher programs are designed to give patients the economic power to demand high-quality healthcare, to target high-risk or low-income patients for critical services, to augment general population utilization rates, and to contain per-unit costs.
Matt went Uganda in Summer 2008 to produce a cost effectiveness evaluation of the Output-Based Aid (OBA) HealthyLife pilot program for non-HIV STIs, and to assist in the planning an randomized evaluation of the forthcoming OBA HealthyBaby safe maternal delivery program.
Richard Lowe worked on a project evaluating the Impact on Clinics of an Output-Based Aid (OBA) Approach to the Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections in Southwestern Uganda.