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Latin America and the Caribbean

The PRIME II Project’s programs in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) were directed by a regional office in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. In addition to initiatives in the Dominican Republic, PRIME carried out projects in El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Paraguay.




January-June 2002 (6/2002)
January-June 2003 (8/2003)
July-December 2002 (12/2002)
PRIME Voices
Dominican Republic: Community Mapping in Bateyes (12/2001)
Dominican Republic: Involving Communities in Quality Services (11/2002)
El Salvador: Community Health Promoters Provide Family Planning (10/2001)
El Salvador: Young Mothers’ Clubs Promote Reproductive Health (7/2001)
Honduras: Peers Learn from Peers: An Alternative Approach to Supervision (4/2003)
Nicaragua: Mobilizing Communities for Obstetric and Neonatal Emergencies (5/2003)
Paraguay: Client Feedback Helps Providers Improve Services (2/2004)
PRIME Dispatches
From House to House: Training Health Promoters in Rural El Salvador (10/2001)
Tapping into the Community: Volunteer Health Promoters in the Dominican Republic’s Bateyes (7/2003)
Dominican Republic: Assistance to a Family Planning NGO (10/2002)
Dominican Republic: Community Health Promoters for Family Planning and Preventive Services (10/2002)
Dominican Republic: Consumer Feedback Improves Clinic Services, Increases Paying Clients (1/2003)
Dominican Republic: Evaluating Training Approaches for Community Health Promoters (5/2002)
Dominican Republic: PI Approach Raises Reproductive Health to a New Level (10/2000)
Dominican Republic: Promoting Health in the Bateyes (10/2001)
Dominican Republic: Training Improves Family Planning and Reproductive Health Services at Bayaguana Hospital (2/2003)
Dominican Republic: Updating Learning Approaches (10/2002)
Dominican Republic: Volunteer Promoters Increase Family Planning Knowledge and Use (2/2004)
El Salvador: Young Mothers’ Clubs Bring RH Services to Adolescents (11/2001)
Nicaragua: Adolescent-Friendly Pharmacies (12/2003)
Nicaragua: Improved Responses to Obstetric and Neonatal Emergencies (2/2004)
Paraguay: Strengthening Family Planning and Reproductive Health Services (2/2004)
PRIME Technical Reports
An Assessment of Health Promoter Effectiveness in Rural El Salvador (1/2001)
An Assessment of the Sociocultural Factors that Influence Reproductive and Sexual Health among Rural Adolescents in Huancavelica, Peru (9/2000)
Baseline Survey on Licensing and the Performance of Primary Reproductive Health Care Providers in Region 7—Olancho, Honduras: Primary Provider Performance, Its Factors and Client Perception—Final Report (8/2002)
Capacity Building in Training: A Framework and Tool for Measuring Progress (11/2000)
Dominican Republic Performance Improvement Project Evaluation (1/2000)
Follow-up Evaluation of the Effects of Training Primary Health Care Providers in Huancavelica, Peru (6/2000)
Improving the Quality and Availability of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Services at the Primary Care Level: Institutional Capacity Building in the El Salvador Ministry of Health (MOH) (8/2000)
Results of the Second Follow-up Study of the Dominican Republic Performance Improvement Project Evaluation (11/2001)
Structural and Individual Factors Related to the Effectiveness of CBD Promoters in Nicaragua (3/2000)