Exploring contraception myths and misconceptions among young men and women in Kwale County, Kenya
11 November 2020

Myths and misconceptions around modern contraceptives have been associated with low contraceptive uptake in sub-Saharan Africa and Kenya in particular. Addressing persistent contraceptive knowledge gaps can make a significant contribution towards improved contraceptive uptake among young women. This qualitative study therefore sought to explore and understand young people’s knowledge of modern contraception and to identify their key concerns regarding these methods.

You can access the full article here: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-020-09849-1

Authors: Jefferson Mwaisaka, Lianne Gonsalves, Mary Thiongo, Michael Waithaka, Hellen Sidha, Alfred Agwanda, Carol Mukiira & Peter Gichangi

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