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In the 1990s, the government of Senegal implemented a series of policy changes for the provision of family planning services through the public sector. A strategy to provide high quality services through reference centres was adopted. This paper presents findings from a longitudinal survey of 1,320 Senegalese women who had sought family planning services at(More)
Aiming to strengthen the accessibility of ultrasound technology to rural populations, an advanced strategy ultrasound programme was implemented in the health districts of Sedhiou, Oussouye, Bignona and Ziguinchor all located within Casamance in Senegal. Within the first year of activity (January 1, 2001-December 31, 2001), the team from the regional health(More)
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