Kaja Jurczynska is a Senior Technical Advisor at Palladium, working on the USAID-funded Health Policy Plus project. Specializing in family planning and demography, Kaja contributes to generating new evidence, models, and tools to bolster health investments. She most recently led a team in the development of the Family Planning Equity Tool. Kaja has contributed to family planning and population programming in Nigeria for over six years, including leading one of the first ever projects to test the effects of implementing a voluntary, rights-based approach. Kaja earned her MSc in Population and Development from the London School of Economics.
Although there are more than 60 million additional users of modern contraception in the FP2020 focus countries as compared to 2012, our agenda remains unfinished, with quality family planning information and services not yet reaching ...
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