A facility birth can be the time to start family planning: Postpartum intrauterine device experiences from six countries

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This MCHIP co-authored article—published in the International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics—examines how postpartum family planning (PPFP) and postpartum intrauterine device (PPIUD) services were integrated into maternal care in six low- and middle-income countries, applying an insertion technique. Facilities—in Ethiopia, Guinea, India, Pakistan, Philippines and Rwanda—with high delivery volume were selected to integrate PPFP/PPIUD services into routine care. The percentages …

Family Planning Needs during the First Two Years Postpartum in Nigeria

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This analysis is based on the 2013 Demographic and Health Survey data from Mozambique. It summarizes key findings related to birth and pregnancy spacing, fertility return, unmet need for and use of family planning, and contact with key services for women during the period from the last birth through two years postpartum.

Family Planning Needs during the First Two Years Postpartum in Tanzania

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This analysis is based on the 2010 Demographic and Health Survey data from Tanzania. It summarizes key findings related to birth and pregnancy spacing, fertility return, unmet need for and use of family planning, and contact with key services for women during the period from the last birth through two years postpartum. Attachment Size Tanzania-PPFP.pdf 269.52 KB

Family Planning Needs during the First Two Years Postpartum in Mozambique

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This analysis is based on the 2011 Demographic and Health Survey data from Mozambique. It summarizes key findings related to birth and pregnancy spacing, fertility return, unmet need for and use of family planning, and contact with key services for women during the period from the last birth through two years postpartum.

Family Planning Needs during the First Two Years Postpartum in Madagascar

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This analysis is based on the 2008-09 Demographic and Health Survey data from Madagascar. It summarizes key findings related to birth and pregnancy spacing, fertility return, unmet need for and use of family planning, and contact with key services for women during the period from the last birth through two years postpartum. Attachment Size Madagascar-FP.pdf 667.78 KB

Family Planning Needs during the First Two Years Postpartum in Ghana

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This analysis is based on the 2008 Demographic and Health Survey data from Ghana. It summarizes key findings related to birth and pregnancy spacing, fertility return, unmet need for and use of family planning, and contact with key services for women during the period from the last birth through two years postpartum. Attachment Size Ghana-PPFP.pdf 668.61 KB

Family Planning Needs during the First Two Years Postpartum in Uganda

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This analysis is based on the 2011 Demographic and Health Survey data from Uganda. It summarizes key findings related to birth and pregnancy spacing, fertility return, unmet need for and use of family planning, and contact with key services for women during the period from the last birth through two years postpartum. Attachment Size Uganda-PPFP.pdf 691.72 KB

Family Planning Needs during the First Two Years Postpartum in Burkina Faso

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This analysis is based on the 2010 Demographic and Health Survey data from Burkina Faso. It summarizes key findings related to birth and pregnancy spacing, fertility return, unmet need for and use of family planning, and contact with key services for women during the period from the last birth through two years postpartum. Attachment Size Burkina-PPFP.pdf 270.76 KB

Family Planning Needs During the First Two Years Postpartum

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These seven reports — from Burkina Faso, Ghana, Madagascar, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda — are based on Demographic and Health Survey data summarizing key findings related to birth and pregnancy spacing, fertility return, unmet need for and use of family planning, and contact with key services for women during the period from the last birth through two years postpartum.

Missed opportunities for family planning: an analysis of pregnancy risk and contraceptive method use among postpartum women in 21 low- and middle-income countries

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Using recent, multicountry data for women within two years postpartum in low- and middle-income countries, this article updates existing estimates of high prospective unmet need for family planning. The authors also present a new composite pregnancy risk analysis based on postpartum women’s actual practices to demonstrate the magnitude of missed opportunities for programmatic intervention for the postpartum population. The open access …