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This study conducted on a sample of women from Odisha and Haryana, who use modern reversible methods of contraception, reveals various dynamics of the preferred type of contraceptives and reasons for discontinuation over one year. The findings include the quality of care (QoC) received at the time of method adoption, experience and management of side effects, changes in fertility preferences, and the method-specific experiences related to contraceptive use. These findings can help program implementers understand supply creation in a new light and enhance supply mechanisms for contraceptives.
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An analysis of the unmet family planning needs of the urban poor.
by Lavleen Mohan Singh,... 90 min read