Karra presented on research exploring topics such as “User-Centered Counseling in Contraceptive Decision-making” and “The Association Between Age, COVID-19 Symptoms, and Social Distancing Behavior in the United States.”
Professor Karra’s research aims to determine how a tailored, preference-driven approach to family planning counseling and the involvement of male partners may contribute to shaping women’s contraceptive preferences and choices.
Professor Karra’s new research explores how effective user-centered counselling approaches may be to help women in Malawi make informed decisions when considering contraceptive method.
Prof. Mahesh Karra presented research at a meeting of the Technical Working Group (TWG) of the Safe Motherhood Initiative in Lilongwe, Malawi.
Prof. Mahesh Karra gave a talk entitled “The Causal Effect of Improved Access to Family Planning: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Urban Malawi.”
Thanks to Global Development Policy alums from the Pardee School, non-governmental organizations studying hunger in the developing world will have a new tool at their disposal.