Contraceptive practices in Nigeria : Literature review and recommendation for future policy decisions

@inproceedings{Monjok2010ContraceptivePI,
  title={Contraceptive practices in Nigeria : Literature review and recommendation for future policy decisions},
  author={Emmanuel M. Monjok and Andrea Smesny and John Egede Ekabua and Ekere James Essien},
  year={2010}
}
Correspondence: emmanuel Monjok institute of Community Health, Texas Medical Center, University of Houston, 1441 Moursund Street #119, Houston TX 77030, USA Tel +1 713 795 8321 Fax +1 713 795 8383 email emonjok@uh.edu Abstract: The current prevalence rate for contraceptive use in Nigeria is approximately 11%–13%. This rate is very low in spite of the high rate of sexual activity and widespread awareness of the various contraceptive methods among Nigerian adolescence and youths. As a result… CONTINUE READING