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I. FAMILY PLANNING

Of the surveyed mothers, 78% (362) stated that they did not desire or were not sure if they wanted any more children in the next two years. See Fig. J. for graphic description from baseline to final.

The rate of usage of a modern type of contraception, was recorded as 78%.   These rates of contraception usage have increased from the baseline rate of only 62%, and midterm rate of 58%.  Moreover,  only (9%) of women  were pregnant at the time of the survey.  This is a drop from the baseline of 14%. See Table 5  below for the most used contraceptive methods.

Table 5. Most used contraceptive methods  

Type of Contraception

No.

%

Vasectomy/ Tubal ligation

19

6.0%

Anovulatory Injections

154

48.3%

Pills

87

27.3%

IUD

7

2.2%

Condoms/ Diaphram

5

1.6%

Rhythm Method

22

6.9%

Abstinence

8

2.5%

Breastfeeding

17

5.3%

As can be seen above, injections are the most popular type of contraception used.  At baseline the most popular method was the pill.  The change may be mainly due to the accessibility, and easy maintenance of the injections.  

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