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Another major constraint to increased contraceptive use is the low availability of family planning services in Nigeria
Another major constraint to increased contraceptive use is the low availability of family planning services in Nigeria. Broader availability of the pill and other methods in pharmacies and of injectable and intrauterine devices (lUDs) in health facilities is likely to raise contraceptive use. Outpatient or consultation fees at nearby health facilities do not appear to be constraining demand for modern contraceptive methods.
Feyisetan, Bamikale J & Ainsworth, Martha, 1996. Handle: RePEc:oup:wbecrv:v:10:y:1996:i:1:p:159-87.
Contraceptive Use and the Quality, Price, and Availability of Family Planning in Nigeria (Lsms Working Paper) Paperback – 28 Feb 1995. by Bamikale J. Feyisetan (Author), Martha Ainsworth (Author). Paperback from £1. 6 5 Used from £1. 6 3 New from £2. 4.
The purpose of the family planning logistics system is to maintain availability of contraceptives at the SDPs. The Role of Service Availability, Quality and Price. February 1995 · World Bank Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper. DELIVER, a worldwide public health supply chain improvement initiative, uses the logistics system assessment tool (LSAT) to measure and monitor the performance of contraceptive supply chains in developing countries. This study describes the LSAT and assesses its reliability and validity.
Contraceptive Use and the Quality, Price, and Availability of Family Planning in Nigeria. LSMS Working Paper N. 08, The World Bank, Washington, D. oogle Scholar. A Process for Quality Improvement in Family Planning Services. International Family Planning Perspectives 19:147–52. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Fertility Reduction and the Quality of Family Planning Services. Studies in Family Planning 20:1–16. G. Quiroz, and A. Brazzoduro.
Family planning, contraception reduces the need for abortion, especially unsafe abortion. It is achieved through use of contraceptive methods and the treatment of infertility (this fact sheet focuses on contraception). Family planning reinforces people’s rights to determine the number and spacing of their children. By preventing unintended pregnancy, family planning /contraception prevents deaths of mothers and children. Family planning allows people to attain their desired number of children and determine the spacing of pregnancies. Benefits of family planning, contraception.
Family planning (FP) programmes that started in 1960s across SSA have .
Family planning (FP) programmes that started in 1960s across SSA have made steady progress with contraceptive prevalence rates still very low and unacceptably high unmet need. Contraceptive use allows couples to realize their full potentials, and the woman can better fulfill her roles as a wife, mother, wage earner and community member.
Birth control, Contraception, Fertility, Human, Human Fertility, Social aspects, Social aspects of Contraception, Social aspects of Human fertility; Places: Nigeria.
Birth control, Contraception, Fertility, Human, Human Fertility, Social aspects, Social aspects of Contraception, Social aspects of Human fertility.
Modern contraceptive methods constitute most contraceptive use. Globally in 2015, 57 per cent of married or in-union women of reproductive age used a modern method of family planning. Globally in 2015, 57 per cent of married or in-union women of reproductive age used a modern method of family planning, constituting 90 per cent of contraceptive users. When users of traditional methods are counted as having an unmet need for family planning, 18 per cent of married or in-union women worldwide are estimated to have had an unmet need for modern methods in 2015. Substantial gaps still persist in the use of modern methods among couples who want to prevent pregnancy.
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