Barriers to Family Planning Service Use amongst the Urban Poor in Pakistan.

Abstract

This study focused specifically on the urban poor, collecting data from slum settlements in six cities of Pakistan. Data were collected in 2000 via a household-based questionnaire conducted with 5338 married women of reproductive age (15-45). The following barriers were identified: psychosocial, administrative, economic, cognitive and physical. Policy implications are briefly considered.

Citation

University of Southampton. Barriers to Family Planning Service Use amongst the Urban Poor in Pakistan. (2003) Opportunities and Choices Factsheet 31, 2 pp.

Barriers to Family Planning Service Use amongst the Urban Poor in Pakistan.

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