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In almost every country around the world, the social, institutional, and economic circumstances still deny some people the means to freely and responsibly have the number of children they desire. This situation is evident in both high-fertility and low-fertility countries. This report outlines the barriers to the use of Family Planning (FP) methods, as well as the actions that different countries could adopt to dismantle these barriers — economic, social, or institutional. This research can help inform decisions on policies and implementation of FP programs.
How to use a Total Market Approach for Family Planning services.
by MEASURE Evaluation 300 min read