Increasing awareness and use of long-acting and permanent contraceptive methods in Guinea: Case study of a pilot IUD intervention.

@inproceedings{Frajzyngier2008IncreasingAA,
  title={Increasing awareness and use of long-acting and permanent contraceptive methods in Guinea: Case study of a pilot IUD intervention.},
  author={Frajzyngier and Nalin Kumar Johri and Jane Wickstrom and Aboulaye Barry and Brigitte Toure and Gabrielle OSullivan},
  year={2008}
}
In 2004 the ACQUIRE Project1 in Guinea in partnership with the countrys Ministry of Health (MOH) implemented a three-phase project to increase access to and awareness of long-acting and permanent methods of family planning (LAPMs) particularly the intrauterine device (IUD) and to increase the MOHs capacity to provide these services. This case study provides a brief contextual overview of the first two "formative" phases of the project-a performance needs assessment (PNA) of LAPM service… CONTINUE READING

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