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From Project to Program: Tupange’s Experience with Scaling Up Family Planning Interventions in Urban Kenya

Journal Article
(Published August, 2015)
Keyonzo, N. (Author),
Nyachae, P. (Author),
Kagwe, P. (Author),
Kilonzo, M. (Author),
Mumba, F. (Author),
Owino, K. (Author),
Kichamu, G. (Author),
Kigen, B. (Author),
Fajans, P. (Author),
Ghiron, L. (Author),
Simmons, R. (Author)
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The Urban Reproductive Health Initiative in Kenya, the Tupange Project (2010-2015), successfully applied the ExpandNet approach to sustainably scale up family planning interventions in urban poor areas of Machakos and Kakamega, Nairobi, Kisumu and Mombasa with government leadership and ownership, limiting external inputs, institutionalizing interventions in existing structures and emphasizing sustainability in the new context of devolution (decentralization) in Kenya.
Citation: 
Keyonzo N, Nyachae P, Kagwe P, Kilonzo M, Mumba F, Owino K, et al. From Project to Program: Tupange's Experience with Scaling Up Family Planning Interventions in Urban Kenya. FY16 Reprod Health Matters. 2015;23(45):103-13