Task Sharing Tubal Ligation Services with Health Officers in Ethiopia

The private health sector can affect policy change related to task sharing by demonstrating that the approach is successful in a clinical setting. Research reveals that health officers can safely offer tubal ligation services, with high acceptability among clients.

Author

SHOPS Project

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
November 2015
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Ethiopia
Health Area
Family Planning
Keywords
Sub-Saharan Africa
long-acting permanent methods
Africa
Current Downloads
19

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