The Behavioral Economics in Reproductive HealthInitiative (BERI) is a research initiative of CEGA that supports rigorous research to improve reproductive outcomes for girls and women in developing countries.
BERI has recently funded two new projects that focus on skilled antenatal and delivery care in Kenya and Sierra Leone.
If you are interested in learning more about the latest news and research on reproductive health, family planning, and behavioral economics follow the BERI blog.
In the News
An article published inDevEx reports on how initiatives such as BERI are gaining traction in reproductive health - with practitioners and researchers alike discovering how BE innovations can help the development community solve some of its most challenging problems.
Behavioral Economics in Reproductive health Initiative
BERI, an initiative of the Center for Effective Global Action, collaborates with researchers and practitioners to design and test behavioral interventions that improve reproductive outcomes for women in developing countries using rigorous impact evaluations.