Evaluation of the COMPRI-A Social Marketing Program by USAID in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

The Communications for Behavioral Change Expanding Access to Private Sector Health Products and Services for Afghanistan (COMPRI-A) Project is a four-year, $20,908,505 project launched in April 2006 and managed by Constella Futures. It works to harness the resources and infrastructure of the private/commercial sector in the supply of family planning and a range of Maternal and Child Health (MCH) products and services aimed, particularly, at women and children under five years of age.

The project meets the goals and strategies of the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) and The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) core health Strategic Objectives and Intermediate Result 7.1.