Counseling Women and Couples in Family Planning: Evidence from Jordan

A randomized controlled trial in Jordan found that offering home-based family planning counseling substantially increased uptake of modern contraceptive methods and reduced use of traditional methods. There were no statistically significant differences between the impact of women-only and couples counseling. Low participation rates among men diluted the effect of couples counseling.

Author

SHOPS Project

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
November 2015
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Jordan
Health Area
Family Planning
Keywords
contraceptives
Asia
Current Downloads
19

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