Our commitment to evidence-based interventions and organizational learning means that constant improvement of what we do and how we do it is embedded in every aspect of what we do. Our Research and Development program allows us the opportunity to gain consistent in-depth feedback on our products and services from the communities we serve, and test and implement changes with groups committed to providing constructive feedback.
Our research and development efforts are realized through rigorous qualitative and quantitative research practices, including focus group discussions, structured and semi-structured interviews, and survey research. In many cases, this is undertaken alongside partners and vendors who are equally committed to the human-centric design.
We are further committed to being the leading source of research regarding sexual and reproductive health issues and best practices in displacement crises. To this end, we work alongside experts to develop and complete compelling peer-reviewed research projects concerning issues of sexual and reproductive health, rights, practices, and initiatives.