Providing long-acting and permanent contraceptives through outreach in rural Uganda

Leave no one behind   |   4 October 2016 

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This report describes a follow-up of 1,384 tubal ligation, IUD and implant clients from MSI Uganda outreach clinics.

It demonstrates that long-acting and permanent methods of contraception can be provided safely and effectively through outreach services.


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