Availability of long-acting and permanent family-planning methods leads to increase in use in conflict-affected northern Uganda: evidence from cross-sectional baseline and endline cluster surveys.

Casey, SE; McNab, SE; Tanton, C; Odong, J; Testa, AC; Lee-Jones, L; (2013) Availability of long-acting and permanent family-planning methods leads to increase in use in conflict-affected northern Uganda: evidence from cross-sectional baseline and endline cluster surveys. Global public health, 8 (3). pp. 284-97. ISSN 1744-1692 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/17441692.2012.758302

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