Increasing Contraceptive Use in Niger
This report describes a project, referenced in this article, to identify audience segments in Niger in order to increase use of modern family planning methods.
The key 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
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