Pregnancy Tests Increase Contraceptive Clients among Health Workers in Madagascar

One challenge that community health workers face when they provide hormonal contraceptives to new clients is ruling out pregnancy. A randomized controlled trial in Madagascar found that offering the health workers pregnancy tests to distribute for free increases their number of new contraceptive clients.

Author

SHOPS Project

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
April 2015
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Madagascar
Health Area
Family Planning
Current Downloads
18

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