PMA Agile relies on mobile data collection methods to rapidly monitor family planning access in urban populations at the health system, client, population and spatial area levels. This new initiative will collect, assemble and display data on indicators that are sensitive to change in institutional performance and to client and community needs, service use and practices. PMA Agile aims to capture information flows on urban reproductive health that is timely, flexible, and adaptable, as well as cost-efficient. Training for PMA Agile kicked off late October in Kenya, where the program is being rolled out in three counties: Kericho, Usain Gishu and Migori.

The PMA Agile project is building a monitoring and evaluation platform that will enable tracking of progress toward and impacts from large-scale projects on their intended results.