We work with partners in Pacific countries to carry out research to show how sexual and reproductive health can contribute to development.
Research on sexual and reproductive health
We conduct quantitative and qualitative research on sexual and reproductive health with our partners in the Pacific.
There is limited data on sexual and reproductive health in the Pacific, which makes it difficult to assess the current situation in the region or effectively measure the impact of policies and programmes.
Through our research, we are able to inform others of the current situation in the region and of the important role sexual and reproductive health plays in development.
Recent research in the Pacific
The most recent research we have completed includes:
- Family Planning in South Tarawa, Kiribati: Usage and Barriers 2016 (PDF)
- Investment in Family Planning in Kiribati: A Cost-Benefit Analysis 2014 (PDF)
- Cost-benefit Analyses of Family Planning in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu 2013 (PDF)
- Integrating HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Pacific Specific Mapping 2010 (PDF)
- A Measure of the Future: Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Risk Index for the Pacific 2009 (PDF)
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