Sources of Family Planning: Rwanda

Understanding where women obtain their family planning methods can help programs to better target their resources and increase overall access to modern contraception. This brief is one of a series of country briefs that examines where women obtain modern contraception by method, geography, age, and socioeconomic status. Through a secondary analysis of the 2014–15 Rwanda Demographic and Health Survey, the brief explains where married modern contraceptive users obtain their method and examines the contribution of the private sector to family planning in Rwanda.

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Author

SHOPS Plus

Contributor

SHOPS Plus

Published
May 2019
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Rwanda
Health Area
Family Planning
Keywords
Africa
condoms
contraceptives
family planning
family planning/reproductive health
injectables
intrauterine device
long-acting permanent methods
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