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.
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.