Study: “Productivity, Family Planning and Reproductive Health: An Inter-Disciplinary Study in Burkina Faso”
PI(s): Filippi, Veronique
Co-PI(s): Yaogo, Maurice; Storeng, Katerini Tagmatarchi; Soubeiga, Andre
Affiliation(s): London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; AFRICSante; University of Oslo; University of Ouagadougou
Institutional Partner(s): 2012 Joint RFP (PopDev)
Geographic Location(s): Burkina Faso
The ultimate aim of this project is to conduct multidisciplinary research on the impact of pregnancy on income-generating and nonincome-generating production in Burkina Faso; and to investigate how investments in reproductive health might contribute to reducing poverty and fostering economic development and equity. The study consists of three parts: secondary analysis of an existing dataset (collected by Immpact) on the productivity costs of pregnancy and childbearing; collection of primary quantitative data on reproductive health and productivity in a prospective cohort of 900 pregnant women, with follow-up over a nine-month period; and a qualitative, ethnographic analysis of women’s reproduction, productivity, and empowerment.
Productivity, family planning & reproductive health in Burkina Faso: the “PopDev” study (User Guide).
Productivité planification familiale et santé de la reproduction: Une étude interdisciplinaire au Burkina Faso (Policy Brief).