Exploring Geo-Spatial Patterns of Private Sector FP Use: Tanzania

Existing tools allow for exploration of patterns of public and private sector contraceptive use segmented by key demographics such as age, marital status, or urban/rural residence. While useful to understand differentials in the use of the public and private sector, these approaches do not provide a view into geographic differences across a country. Utilizing an approach known as small area estimation, SHOPS Plus has developed a series of "heat maps" for five countries that explore how contraceptive use and use of the public and private sectors varies across a country. Maps provide both relative views (e.g., the share of women using the private sector) and absolute views (e.g., the number of women using the private sector) as both can be useful for different advocacy and planning needs. Maps also overlay useful contextual information such as the location of cities, towns, roadways and health facilities. The five countries covered by this work are: Guinea*, Kenya, Nepal, Uganda, and Tanzania.

*Guinea analysis also includes select Child Health indicators

Author

Meghan Reidy and Michelle Weinberger

Contributor

SHOPS Plus

Published
September 2021
Resource Types
Presentation
Country
Tanzania
Technical Area
Digital Health
Health Area
Family Planning
Keywords
contraceptives
market segmentation
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