Addressing Unmet Need for Family Planning through Social Networks in Benin
The main objective of the baseline household survey was to collect data on study respondents’ attitudes and behaviors related to fertility, child spacing and FP, to identify their FP need status, and to learn about their social networks. Results will to help refine the design and implementation of the Tékponon Jikuagou interventions to reduce unmet need, and will ultimately be compared to similarly designed endline survey, to evaluate the interventions.
The French version of this report is available here.
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