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For India, the most promising way to achieve one of the Sustainable Development Goals that call for universal access to reproductive health services is to reach more communities with Family Planning (FP) services. The influence of health workers on the reach of FP services is vital in this regard. This study uses data from the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) 3 and 4. It also uses bivariate analysis and multivariate logistic regression to understand outreach over time to examine health worker outreach and its effects on contraceptive use amongst married women between 15–49 years. This research will benefit policymakers, implementers, and funders working on FP services through health workers' outreach.
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