Does proximity of women to facilities with better choice of contraceptives affect their contraceptive utilization in rural Ethiopia?

@inproceedings{Shiferaw2017DoesPO,
  title={Does proximity of women to facilities with better choice of contraceptives affect their contraceptive utilization in rural Ethiopia?},
  author={Solomon Shiferaw and Mark Spigt and Assefa Seme and Ayanaw Amogne and Stein Olav Skr{\o}vseth and Selamawit Desta and Scott Radloff and Amy O Tsui and Dinant GeertJan},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND There is limited evidence of the linkage between contraceptive use, the range of methods available and level of contraceptive stocks at health facilities and distance to facility in developing countries. The present analysis aims at examining the influence of contraceptive method availability and distance to the nearby facilities on modern contraceptive utilization among married women in rural areas in Ethiopia using geo-referenced data. METHODS We used data from the first round of… CONTINUE READING

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