Exploring the condom gap: is supply or demand the limiting factor - condom access and use in an urban and a rural setting in Kilifi district, Kenya.

@article{Papo2011ExploringTC,
  title={Exploring the condom gap: is supply or demand the limiting factor - condom access and use in an urban and a rural setting in Kilifi district, Kenya.},
  author={Jacqueline K Papo and Evasius K Bauni and Eduard J Sanders and Peter Brocklehurst and Harold Jaffe},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={247-55}
}
OBJECTIVE to explore the extent of the condom gap, investigating the relative roles of supply-side and demand-side factors in determining condom use. DESIGN GPS mapping of condom outlets, and population-based survey. METHODS an urban and a rural site were selected within the Epidemiological and Demographic Surveillance Site in Kilifi district, Kenya. Potential condom outlets (n = 281) were mapped and surveyed, and questionnaires on condom access and use (n = 630) were administered to a… CONTINUE READING

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