Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
The (re)solve project accelerates the pace of contraceptive uptake among women and girls in the developing world. Through its unique, cross-disciplinary approach, (re)solve challenges current assumptions and tests new approaches based on context-specific behavioral insights, generating adaptable, scalable solutions that address unmet need for family planning.
- Developed new and innovative solutions that can be effectively applied to improve decision making about use and continuation of modern contraception and to gain insights on fertility preferences, method-specific perspectives, the role of men and masculinity, gender, and household dynamics.
- Increased evidence and programmatic understanding on how and when to apply cost-effective cross-disciplinary levers and approaches to test new solutions and improve existing interventions to increase the modern contraceptive prevalence rate.
- Increased uptake of effective ways to apply cross-disciplinary approaches in designing, implementing, and monitoring interventions to better address reasons for non use.
- Brought together the consortium of partners—ideas42, Camber Collective, and International Center for Research on Women—to deliver real, lasting change.