Lessons learnt from the CERCA Project, a multicomponent intervention to promote adolescent sexual and reproductive health in three Latin America countries: a qualitative post-hoc evaluation
Kathya Cordova Pozo,
Zoyla Esmeralda Segura,
Michelle J. Hindin,
Sara De Meyer and
Evaluation and Program Planning, 2016, vol. 58, issue C, 98-105
The Community-Embedded Reproductive Health Care for Adolescents (CERCA) Project was implemented in Bolivia, Ecuador and Nicaragua (2011–2014) to test the effectiveness of interventions preventing teenage pregnancies. As the outcome evaluation showed limited impact, a post-hoc process evaluation was carried out to determine if and how CERCA’s design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation affected the results. We did a document analysis and conducted 18 in-depth interviews and 21 focus group discussions with stakeholders and beneficiaries. Transcripts were analyzed using directed content analysis.
Keywords: Sexual and reproductive health; Adolescents; Complex intervention; Post-hoc evaluation; Latin America (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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