Policy Brief: Drivers of progress in increasing contraceptive use in sub-Saharan Africa
23 September 2013

A few countries in the East and Southern Africa regions are making good progress in improving contraceptive use. Ethiopia, Malawi, and Rwanda have exhibited a new wave of optimism and made good progress in addressing barriers of access to modern contraception over the past decade or so. So what can we learn from these countries?


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