Client satisfaction with family planning services in the area of high unmet need: evidence from Tanzania Service Provision Assessment Survey, 2014-2015

@inproceedings{Bintabara2018ClientSW,
  title={Client satisfaction with family planning services in the area of high unmet need: evidence from Tanzania Service Provision Assessment Survey, 2014-2015},
  author={Deogratius Bintabara and Julius Edward Ntwenya and Isaac Maro and Stephen Matthew Kibusi and Daniel Wilfred Gunda and Bonaventura Cornel Mpondo},
  booktitle={Reproductive health},
  year={2018}
}
BackgroundClient satisfaction has been found to be an important factor for the uptake and continuation of family planning services. This study aimed to examine the current status of and factors associated with client’s satisfaction with family planning services in Tanzania, which has a high unmet need for family planning.MethodsThe study used data from the Tanzania Service Provision Assessment survey of 2014–2015. A facility was classified as having high service readiness for FP if it scored at… CONTINUE READING
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