Jessica Kali is a policy analyst in International Programs. She joined PRB in 2013 and has more than 10 years’ experience in sexual and reproductive health and rights, family planning, and maternal health. She leads the monitoring, learning, and evaluation (MLE) efforts of PRB and manages MLE activities across a variety of projects. Kali works on the PACE project and develops multimedia presentations, digital web features, and publications for policy audiences. She also facilitates workshops in policy communication for government officials, researchers, and program officers. Previous positions include deputy project manager, Johns Hopkins University Country Office in Kabul, Afghanistan, and communications consultant, Guttmacher Institute. Kali holds a Master of Science in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Davis.
Engaging Boys and Men in Contraception Use
International agreements have long recognized the positive role that men can play in family planning and reproductive health. These 57 data-driven slides promote increased engagement of men to sharing the responsibility for family planning and reproductive health with women.
Integrating Population, Health, and Environment for Sustainable Development in Kenya
This ENGAGE presentation highlights many of Kenya’s development successes, breaks down complex concepts using nontechnical language, and connects the impacts of family planning/reproductive health access for households, communities, and the country by drawing on examples of successful PHE efforts…
Tools for Subnational Policy Communication
As more countries move toward a decentralized government structure—shifting the responsibility for political, fiscal, administrative, and other functions from the national government to subnational and local agencies—it is essential that local policymakers are well-informed about family planning (FP…
Sustainable Development Goal Indicator for Family Planning
A recognized indicator for family planning—demand for family planning satisfied with modern methods (Demand Satisfied)—is key to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This infographic introduces users to the Demand Satisfied indicator—how it is measured and how it will be used moving forward.…
Nutrition on the Rise: Raising Kenya’s Future
During the first week of August, the Population Reference Bureau joins the international community in celebrating World Breastfeeding Week. In Kenya, breastfeeding has dramatically improved over the last decade, from 13 percent to almost two-thirds of infants under 6 months exclusively breastfeeding…
Connecting Paths: Integrating Reproductive Health and HIV Services in Kenya
"Connecting Paths: Integrating Reproductive Health and HIV Services in Kenya" is an ENGAGE multimedia presentation that highlights the linkages between reproductive health and HIV services as priorities for improving the health and well-being of Kenyans and achieving Kenya’s development goals.