Wadiwa Shasha yekuronga mhuri,
Amidst all the talk of how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted family planning access and use, have you ever thought about how exactly researchers collect this critical data despite the obstacles imposed by the pandemic itself? If you’re a researcher, you’ve likely had to make modifications to data collection plans or wondered what you could do differently.
The International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) promotes the scientific study of population and provides learning exchanges for demographers around the world. Tune into their upcoming webinar for new research on safe data collection measures for contraceptive access and utilization within the COVID-19 context.
Dzvanya pano kuona zvese zvakapfuura zveIcho Chinhu Chimwe.
Iva nepfungwa yeChinhu Chimwe Chete? Ndapota titumirei mazano enyu.
This webinar on Chipiri, March 23rd at 11:00 am EST/15:00 GMT will focus on helping family planning researchers conduct and interpret complex data in pandemic-affected areas. Presentations will feature data on field-based data collection in India, Naijeriya, Uganda, and Burkina Faso inclusive of statewide monitoring data and outcome evaluation research data. Simultaneous interpretation into French will be provided.