Young women's access to and use of contraceptives: the role of providers' restrictions in urban Senegal.

@article{Sidze2014YoungWA,
  title={Young women's access to and use of contraceptives: the role of providers' restrictions in urban Senegal.},
  author={Estelle Monique Sidze and Sol{\`e}ne Lardoux and Ilene S Speizer and Cheikh Mback{\'e} Faye and Michael Mbithi Mutua and Fanding Badji},
  journal={International perspectives on sexual and reproductive health},
  year={2014},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={
          176-83
        }
}
CONTEXT Contraceptive prevalence is very low in Senegal, particularly among young women. Greater knowledge is needed about the barriers young women face to using contraceptives, including barriers imposed by health providers. METHODS Survey data collected in 2011 for the evaluation of the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative in Senegal were used to examine contraceptive use, method mix, unmet need and method sources among urban women aged 15-29 who were either currently married or unmarried… CONTINUE READING

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