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PRIME II Technical Reports

Most PRIME II Technical Reports detail specific reproductive health care interventions, describing the context, methodology and results of a PRIME project and recommendations from its evaluation. Other reports focus on findings from needs assessments conducted prior to a training intervention or document follow-up studies that ascertain how well health care providers have retained the knowledge and skills they acquired during training. Research studies testing new approaches to service delivery were sometimes published as PRIME technical reports, often with implications for health care policies in particular countries.

Follow-up Evaluation of the Effects of Training Primary Health Care Providers in Huancavelica, Peru (June 2000) (133KB)
Report No. 11
This follow-up study assesses the training of primary health care technicians in remote regions of Huancavelica, Peru. PRIME’s training was part of a joint initiative with the Support Program in Reproductive Health (PASARE) of USAID/Lima and the Peruvian Ministry of Health (MINSA) to increase the quality and accessibility of priority reproductive health services provided by MINSA.

PRIME Technical Reports Archive
An Assessment of Health Promoter Effectiveness in Rural El Salvador (January 2001)
An Assessment of the Impact of PRIME interventions on the Training Capacity and Reproductive Health Service Delivery in Ghana (May 2000)
An Assessment of the Potential of Health Attendants for Family Planning and Reproductive Health Expansion in Tanzania (July 2000)
An Assessment of the Sociocultural Factors that Influence Reproductive and Sexual Health among Rural Adolescents in Huancavelica, Peru (September 2000)
An Exploratory Study to Determine and Document Factors Affecting IUCD Use in Tanzania (July 2002)
Assessing the Performance of Pharmacy Agents in Counseling Family Planning Users and Providing the Pill in Benin: An Evaluation of Intrah/PRIME and PSI Training Assistance to the Benin Social Marketing Program (March 2003)
Assessment of Community-Based Distribution in the Republic of Ghana (April 2000)
Assessment of Health Sub-centers in Jhansi District in preparation for Clinic-based Family Planning (CBFP) Training and Upgrading (August 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 (August 2002)
Baseline Survey Report: In-Service Training, Health and Population Sector Program (HPSP), Bangladesh (August 2003)
Capacity and Capability for the Essential Service Package (ESP) Program in Bangladesh: A Review of the PRIME/National Integrated Population and Health Project (NIPHP) Program (July 2002)
Capacity Building for Training and Human Resource Development: The Case of RH Services in Tanzania (November 2001)
Capacity Building in Training: A Framework and Tool for Measuring Progress (November 2000)
Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) Lead District Readiness Assessment Vols. 1 and 2 (October 2002)
Contraceptive Discontinuation and the Client’s Experience of Method Use and Services (December 2000)
Diagnostic Assessment of the Performance and Potential of Front Line Health Workers for CBD Supervision in Bazenga Province, Burkina-Faso (September 2000)
Distance-based Learning to Introduce Primary Health Care Training and Service Delivery: A Case Study in South Africa (February 2000)
Dominican Republic Performance Improvement Project Evaluation (January 2000)
Effects of Paramedics Training on Provider Performance and Client Use of Services in Bangladesh (June 2002)
Evaluation de la Situation Financière des Centres de Santé et des Hôpitaux Participant dans le Système de Pré-paiement au Rwanda (January 2003)
Evaluation of the GRMA/PRIME Self-Directed Learning, Client-Provider Interaction and Adolescent Reproductive Health Initiative (November 2001)
Evaluation of the Use of PRIME’s Reproductive Health Training for Primary Providers: A SourceBook for Curriculum Development (January 2000)
Expanding Opportunities for Postabortion Care at the Community Level through Private Nurse-Midwives in Kenya (July 2000)
Expanding Opportunities for Postabortion Care at the Community Level through Private Nurse-Midwives in Kenya—Final Report (September 2000)
Exploring Peer Support Networks for the Provision of High-Quality Postabortion Care by Private Nurse-Midwives in Kenya (August 2003)
Follow-up Assessment of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) Family Planning Clinical Training Course in Gujarat (September 2000)
Follow-up of Family Planning Clinical Service Providers—Tanzania (October 2000)
Follow-up of Performance by Pharmacy Agents Trained in Contraceptive Technology Between 1998 and 2001 in Benin (March 2003)
Follow-up of Providers Trained in the Use of Family Health Services Protocols in the Departments of Borgou/Alibori, Atlantic/Littoral, and Mono/Couffo in Benin (November 2003)
Follow-up on Training of Indigenous Systems of Medicine Practitioners in Non-clinical Methods of Family Planning in Uttar Pradesh, India (August 2000)
Identification des Besoins en Performance des Prestataires de Services en Santé de la Reproduction au Rwanda (October 2003)
Implementation of the National In-Service Training Strategy for the Essential Service Package: Final Project Review of the PRIME II Bangladesh Health and Population Sector Program (September 2003)
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) (August 2000)
Indigenous Systems of Medicine Practitioners (ISMP) Contraceptive Sales Motivation in India (August 2003)
Performance Needs Assessment for Reproductive Health Providers in Rwanda (October 2003)
Performance Needs Assessment of Safe Motherhood Regional Resource Teams in Upper East, Upper West and Northern Regions of Ghana (July 2002)
Performance Needs Assessment of Zonal Training Centre: Capacity to Provide Support for Improving Reproductive and Child Health Services in Tanzania (August 2003)
Performance Needs Assessment on Emergency Obstetrical and Neonatal Care Among Providers in the Malanville-Karimama Health Zone of Benin (March 2003)
Postabortion Complications and Their Management: A Community Assessment Conducted in Rural Uttar Pradesh, India (June 2001)
Reproductive Health Care at the Primary Level in Armenia: Assessment of Providers' Services and the Factors Affecting Performance (August 2003)
Results of the Second Follow-up Study of the Dominican Republic Performance Improvement Project Evaluation (November 2001)
Structural and Individual Factors Related to the Effectiveness of CBD Promoters in Nicaragua (March 2000)
Study of the Effects of Incorporating Selected Reproductive Health Services on Family Planning Services: A Case Study in the Eastern Region of Ghana (November 2000)
Study of the Effects of Technical Supervision Training on CBD Supervisors’ Performance in Seven Regions of Ghana (March 2000)
Suivides Prestataires Formés a l'Utilisation des Protocoles des Services de Santé Familiale dans les Départements de Borgou/de l'Alibori, de l'Atlantique/de Littoral, et du Mono/du Couffo en Benin (November 2003)
The Tanzania Family Planning Training Program: The Impact of an Innovative Training Strategy on Reproductive and Child Health Service Performance of Health Attendants in Tanzania (November 2001)