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Date: 07/29/2015
Source: Guttmacher Institute
Type: Data
In Kenya, Women Treated Well by Their Family Planning Provider Are More Likely to Use Modern Methods According to “Quality of Care and Contraceptive Use in Urban Kenya,” by Katherine Tumlinson, formerly of the Carolina Population Center, et al., providers’ interactions with family planning clients may play an important role in whether those clients adopt or continue contraceptive use. Of the...
Date: 07/29/2015
Source: PMA2020
Type: Data
PMA2015/Uganda announced results from the second round of data collection at a national dissemination workshop in Kampala, held on July 22, 2015. The results show promise for continued uptake of family planning and growing use of highly effective, long-acting contraceptive methods.  This two-page brief highlights preliminary results of key family planning indicators on access, equity, quality,...
Date: 07/21/2015
Source: BioMed Central
Type: Data
Abstract Background: The extended postpartum period is a one year period after delivery which is critical for women to prevent unintended pregnancy and to reduce the risk of maternal and child mortality by ensuring safe birth intervals. Studies indicate that birth intervals of three to five years reduce maternal mortality and provide health benefits to newborn babies, infants, and children. As a...
Date: 05/31/2014
Source: Family Planning High Impact Practices
Type: High-Impact Practices
Evidence demonstrates that mobile outreach services can successfully increase contraceptive use, particularly in areas of low contraceptive prevalence, high unmet need for family planning, and limited access to contraceptives, and where geographic, economic, or social barriers limit service uptake. This eight-page brief describes the role of mobile outreach programs as a means of reducing...
Date: 01/16/2014
Source: Impatient Optimists, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Type: Blogs
Recognizing the need to re-dedicate their efforts to family planning, in July 2012, at the London Family Planning Summit, Indonesia made a strong commitment to increase access to family planning across the country. On January 1, Indonesia introduced a universal health insurance plan for all citizens, which will be phased in over the next five years. A key part of the government’s plan to improve...
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