National Family Planning Guidelines for Service Providers [Kenya]

Source
Kenya Division of Reproductive Health, Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation
This was the fourth edition of Kenya's National Family Planning Guidelines for Service Providers and emphasizes improving access to quality FP services. It  also recognizes that reproductive and sexual health care is a human right. Everyone has the right to access, choice, and the benefits of scientific progress in the selection of FP methods.  
 
These guidelines also address several other issues in the appropriate provision of contraceptive methods, such as:
 
  • Task shifting
  • New strategies to increase access
  • Postpartum FP packages 
  • Services for persons with special needs
  • Integration of FP with other RH services, including HIV and AIDS
  • Screening for cancers of reproductive organs
  • New contraceptive choices
  • Male involvement