Effect of Communication Campaigns on Sexually Transmitted Infections Treatment Seeking Behaviour among Male Clients of Female Sex Workers in India
Increasing access to Post-Partum Intrauterine Device (PPIUD) through private sector providers in India
Increasing contraceptive use: Campaign to increase spousal communication and knowledge in Bihar, India
'Individualized IPC' as a highly productive and cost effective model to promote family planning in India
An Effective Communication Mix: A strategy to promote informed use of IUDs among women of reproductive age in three Indian states.
Impact assessment of a communication campaign to increase knowledge for early detection and treatment seeking of tuberculosis among general population In India
Evaluation of a Communication Intervention Programme on Birth Spacing in Bihar, India
A total market approach to IUD provision in three states of India: issues and lessons learned
PSI had four phases of birth spacing campaign programme in Bihar and Jharkhand.
This paper based on 4th phase. Programme aim: to generate informed demand for modern spacing method and improve people's perception towards use of modern spacing methods oral contraceptive pills (OCP), condom and injectable contraceptives.
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Evidence-based programming forms an integral part of implementation and monitoring for successful delivery of outcomes for all PSI Projects.

At PSI India, we rely on various quantitative and qualitative approaches to assess performance of our work before, during and towards the end of the specific project period. A majority of the programs begin with formative or baseline assessment of the needs for program intervention. Once a program is launched, regular program monitoring is conducted by either robust Management Information System (MIS) or scientific research/surveys or both. Most programs follow a logical framework that incorporates PSI's unique PERforM framework for Behavior Change Communication that provides a standardized process for program monitoring and evaluation.

Besides, with the evolution of time, PSI India has been engaging itself in more robust evaluation designs for program performance, such as experimental, quasi-experimental studies as well as cross sectional surveys and cohort studies. PSI India also ensures highest ethical standards in conducting any evaluation research or monitoring activities. All research activities where PSI India's personnel is involved in human data collection for both the purposes of research as well as sharing programmatic lessons, undergo stringent ethical reviews by PSI's global Research Ethics Board at Washington. Also, PSI India adheres to the local norms and policies governed by Govt. of India's statutory guidelines while carrying out any research/evaluation activities. 

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