Author(s): Sundaram A, Vlassoff M, Bankole A, Remez L, Gebrehiwot Y
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Abstract The ability to practice contraception is essential to protecting Ethiopian women's health and enables them to plan the size and timing of their families. Yet low levels of contraceptive use have led to high levels of unintended pregnancy in Ethiopia, a problem for which women and society pay dearly-in women's lives, family well-being and public funds.
This article was published in Issues Brief (Alan Guttmacher Inst)
and referenced in Journal of Pregnancy and Child Health