1. All for a Good Cause: The Denominator Problem in Reproductive Health Advocacy • Alaka Malwade Basu, Cornell University.
2. What Is the Evidence That Evidence Is Used in Decisionmaking on Family Planning Policies, Programs and Practices? • Karen Hardee, Population Council; Joanne Spicehandler, Independent Consultant.
3. Agenda Setting Processes and Policy Actors in Low-Middle Income Countries: A Case of Free Family Planning Service Policy Agenda in Ghana • Augustina Koduah, Ministry of Health, Ghana; Han VanDijk, Wageningen University; Irene Agyepong, Ghana Health Service.
4. The Levers of Change in Government Policy toward Family Planning in the Democratic Republic of the Congo • Thibaut Mukaba, USAID, Kinshasa; Arsene Binanga, Tulane University; Sarah Fohl, Tulane University; Jane Bertrand, Tulane University.
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