The Abortion Assessment Project—India: Key Findings and Recommendations

@article{Duggal2004TheAA,
  title={The Abortion Assessment Project—India: Key Findings and Recommendations},
  author={Ravi Duggal and Vimala Ramachandran},
  journal={Reproductive Health Matters},
  year={2004},
  volume={12},
  pages={122 - 129}
}

Abortion in India : A Literature Review

TLDR
This report reviews and synthesizes the peer-reviewed literature, as well as important grey literature, published between 2002 and 2014 on abortion in India and suggests that young and unmarried women are particularly vulnerable to poor sexual and reproductive health in general, and they have especially poor access to safe abortion services, which leads to delays in obtaining services and reliance on unsafe providers.

Providing quality abortion care: Findings from a study of six states in India.

Unintended Pregnancy and Abortion in India: Country Profile Report

TLDR
A review of literature and analysis of large surveys were carried out with funding from the STEP-UP consortium to build a coherent body of robust research based evidence on the situation in India in the context of unmet need for FP and safe abortion services.

Implementing and expanding safe abortion care: An international comparative case study of six countries

TLDR
Political will emerged as the key factor in establishing or expanding access to safe abortion services, especially in low‐resource settings.

Abortion care-seeking and reproductive rights violation in health facilities: evidence from six states of India

TLDR
There is a need to improve access to facility-based abortion services, especially in underserved rural areas, by ensuring that all public-sector facilities have adequate equipment and supplies, including MMA drugs and trained providers.

Characteristics of abortion service providers in two northern Indian states.

Awareness regarding abortions and medical termination of pregnancy act among medical students in Puducherry, India

TLDR
Legalization of abortions through the MTP Act in India resulted in a considerable decrease in maternal mortality through the decline in abortions but it has failed to ensure effective implementation and access to medically safe abortion services.

Evaluation of a multi-pronged intervention to improve access to safe abortion care in two districts in Jharkhand

TLDR
Utilization of safe abortion services, and in particular MA, increased at all intervention sites over the duration of the intervention with a shift towards women seeking care earlier in pregnancy.

Abortion care seeking in India: patterns and predictors

TLDR
The results showed that, at the time of the 2015–16 survey, women in India went to private facilities more than public facilities for abortion care, irrespective of their age, distance to facility and financial constraints.
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