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ASIA AND THE NEAR EAST

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· Egypt
· India
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· Pakistan
· Yemen

LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

· Bolivia
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Adolescent Reproductive Health

Adolescent Reproductive Health

Commercial Sector

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Empowerment

HIV/AIDS/STI PREVENTION

HIV/AIDS/STI Prevention

Integrated FP/RH Services

Integrated FP/RH Services

OPTIMAL BIRTH SPACING INTERVALS

Optimal Birth Spacing

POSTABORTION CARE

Postabortion Care

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South-to-South Collaboration

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Behavioral Intervention Research

CATALYST evaluators have expertise in a variety of research applications, including:

Formative Research for Program Development
Behavioral Intervention Research
Social Marketing and Communications Research
Health Services Research
Demographic Research
Program Monitoring
South-to-South Collaboration
Technical Assistance

Some recent examples of our work include:

The Formulation of Sexual and Reproductive Health Behaviour among Young Men in Bangladesh

Improving the Adoption of Integral Postabortion Care (PAC) Services

South-to-South Collaboration
Colombia Health Sector Reform Case Study
In Their Own Words: The Formulation of Sexual and Reproductive Health Behaviour Among Young Men in Bangladesh
 

The objective of behavioral intervention research is to assess whether a particular intervention is effective in changing selected behaviors. CATALYST's approach is grounded in behavioral theory, which allows us to demonstrate not only whether change has occurred, but also the mediating factors that have produced it. We use pre- and post-assessment measurements and quasi-experimental designs to assess whether observed changes are attributable to an intervention. We rely on CABER's statistical expertise to design these studies.

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