Increasing Contraceptive Use in Niger: Final Report 2015
This report covers the Camber Collective report on researching contraceptive use in Niger. Fertility in Niger has remained high despite overall decreases across Sub-Saharan Africa.
The objectives of the project were:
- Provide a baseline understanding of family planning dynamics in Niger that can be used by any family planning partner (government, donor, or NGO) to inform its strategy and programming
- Identify the most significant opportunities—related to demand and supply of contraceptives—to drive an increase in women’s modern contraceptive use in Niger
- Describe how the stakeholders to this project and their partners might adjust their grant-making and programming in Niger to address these opportunities
The report describes the three phases of the project:
- Phase I: Qualitative consumer research
- Phase II: Quantitative consumer research
- Phase III: Other strategic considerations and strategy development
Also described are the research methodology and the findings. The overall finding of the project was that demand issues were the leading driver in low use of contraceptives.
More Advanced Audience Segmentation resources
- Men as More than Partners: Increasing Men’s Use of Sexual and Reproductive Health Products and Services through SBCC
- Social Franchising: Improving Quality and Expanding Contraceptive Choice in the Private Sector
- Essential Considerations for Engaging Men and Boys for Improved Family Planning Outcomes
- Contraception and HIV: What Do the Evidence and WHO Technical Statement Mean for Programs?
- Hormonal Contraceptive Eligibility for Women at High Risk of HIV: Guidance Statement
- HTSP Project Briefs: Niger, Togo
- Men as Contraceptive Users and Family Planning Clients
- Reaching First-Time Parents and Young Married Women for Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancies in Burkina Faso
- Reduction of HIV-related Stigma and Discrimination
- Making Content Meaningful: A Guide to Adapting Existing Global Health Content for Different Audiences