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Research & Evidence

MOMENTUM Safe Surgery in Family Planning and Obstetrics Learning Agenda

MOMENTUM Safe Surgery in Family Planning and Obstetrics, a five-year project (2020 to 2025) funded by the United States Agency for International Development, developed its learning agenda through the engagement of an international group of experts specializing in the project’s technical areas: surgical obstetric care, fistula prevention and treatment, long-acting and permanent methods of family planning, as well as cross-cutting issues in safe surgery.

Publication Date
May 2022
Research & Evidence

Measuring and Monitoring Adaptive Learning: A Landscape Review

This landscape review on measuring and monitoring adaptive learning highlights the learning from five adaptive programming guidelines and toolkits and one implementation science framework to inform the monitoring and evaluation of adaptive learning. The introduction of adaptive learning processes and skillsets in global health programming is part of an emerging strategy to advance a learning culture within projects and teams to improve health program performance.

Publication Date
May 2022
Program & Technical Resources

What’s on the Table? Rapid Landscape Review of Challenges to Successful Engagement of Private Family Planning Providers in Public Purchasing Schemes

MOMENTUM Private Healthcare Delivery is supporting and strengthening private sector providers’ capacity to sustainably integrate and participate in public purchasing programs, including for family planning services. Led by ThinkWell, MOMENTUM has conducted a rapid landscape review that identifies the common barriers for private providers when engaging in public purchasing programs. The landscape draws on literature from across 23 countries and presents opportunities and recommendations to address private health provider challenges in engagement and collaboration within the public health sector.

Publication Date
May 2022
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MOMENTUM and the Government of Indonesia Partner to Save Mothers and Babies

Every year, Indonesia still loses more than 15,000 mothers and 75,000 newborns during labor and after delivery. MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership and the Government of Indonesia are partnering to reduce these deaths — the majority of which occur in hospitals. This video shows how a sustainable and scalable model being developed and refined in the province of East Nusa Tenggara has the potential to save the lives of mothers and babies across Indonesia.

Publication Date
May 2022
Research & Evidence

Webinar Recording: Seeing Old Problems Through a New Lens: Recognizing and Addressing Gender Barriers to Equitable Immunization

MOMENTUM Routine Immunization Transformation and Equity hosted a webinar to discuss gender-related barriers to immunization on Wednesday, April 27, 2022. The webinar shared key learnings about gender barriers and how they obstruct equitable access to immunization services throughout a person’s life. The webinar also included discussions about the growing global movement to strengthen country-level implementers’ capacity, commitment, and confidence to develop and implement strategies addressing gender-related barriers to immunization.

Publication Date
May 2022
Research & Evidence

Comment: Silent Burden No More: A Global Call to Action to Prioritize Perinatal Mental Health

Common perinatal mental disorders are the most frequent complications of pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. This commentary in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, authored by experts from MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership and other partners, calls for perinatal mental health promotion, prevention, early intervention and treatment of common perinatal mental disorders to be a global priority. Authors propose seven urgent actions that the international community, governments, health systems, and other stakeholders should take to ensure that women everywhere have access to high-quality, respectful care for both their physical and mental wellbeing.

Publication Date
April 2022
Research & Evidence

Barriers and Enablers of IMCI Implementation: A Desk Review Report

This desk review by MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership examines implementation barriers for the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) from a health systems perspective, summarizing common themes in the domains of human resources; medical technologies and supplies; health information systems; leadership and governance; and service delivery.

Publication Date
March 2022
Research & Evidence

Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan Resource Kit: What We Heard

Costed Implementations Plans (CIPs) are a critical tool for countries to transform ambitious family planning commitments, such as those made through FP2030 and the Ouagadougou Partnership, into concrete programs and policies. FP2030 and partners are revising the CIP Resource Kit, a package that provides standardized guidance and tools for countries to plan, develop, and execute a robust, actionable, and resourced strategy to achieve their family planning goals. Using a human-centered design process to gather in-country experience designing, implementing, and monitoring past CIPs, this report from MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership shares suggestions to inform revisions to the CIP Resource Kit and strengthen the overall CIP model.

Publication Date
March 2022
Research & Evidence

South Sudan Social Norms Assessment

In 2021, MOMENTUM Integrated Health Resilience conducted an assessment of social norms related to voluntary family planning and reproductive health in South Sudan. The assessment also explored issues around menstrual hygiene management, gender-baed violence, and health-seeking behavior. Recommendations from the study include building positive norms to promote family planning; supporting male engagement strategies; engaging influencers as change agents in social norms transformation; and including health providers as partners in social and behavior change and social norms transformation. Study findings, which provide rich insights into how social norms influence and hinder women’s agency to use modern contraception, will inform ongoing MOMENTUM Integrated Health Resilience family planning and reproductive health programming.

Publication Date
March 2022

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