Testing a Service-Delivery Model for Offering Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive Methods to Youth in Ethiopia

Source
USAID
Date of Publication
2015

The study shows that youthfriendly service providers trained to provide IUDs and implants in a safe and competent way increases the probability that these long-acting methods will be adopted by youth.

To be considered youthfriendly, the providers must be able to offer the methods in an environment where youth feel comfortable and safe and where other essential services for youth are offered simultaneously
in a “one-stop-shop.”

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