In support of community-based emergency contraception

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In support of community-based emergency contraception
Publication Date: 03/03/2016

Community-based family planning is a proven, high-impact practice for extending reproductive health services to women, particularly those is hard-to reach places. Accordingly, many community-based family planning programs facilitate and support the provision of condoms, oral contraceptive pills and even injectable contraceptives by community health workers (CHWs). Emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs) -- a method for which there are no contraindications and the user herself can determine method provided by community health workers. 

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Dawn S. Chin-Quee, John Stanback, Victoria Graham