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Understanding the social and cultural context of gender dynamics sexual relationships and method choice impact on family planning use in Malawi and Zambia.

@inproceedings{Murithi2016UnderstandingTS,
  title={Understanding the social and cultural context of gender dynamics sexual relationships and method choice impact on family planning use in Malawi and Zambia.},
  author={Lydia Murithi and L. Hinson and P. Dhillon and M. Steinhaus and D. Santill{\'a}n and S. Petroni},
  year={2016}
}
  • Lydia Murithi, L. Hinson, +3 authors S. Petroni
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine, Political Science
  • The use of contraception varies widely around the world both in terms of overall use and the types of methods used. Globally an estimated 142 million women have an unmet need for family planning with many sub-Saharan countries recording the highest levels of unmet need at 24% double the world’s average in 2015. Both supply-side and demand-side constraints contribute to unmet need for family planning. This research study which took place in Zambia and Malawi was conducted to inform the… CONTINUE READING
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