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DEC 2002-CST: Documenting Impact of Quality of Care on Women's Reproductive Health, Philippines and Senegal

FRONTIERS, other Population Council researchers, and the Rockefeller Foundation worked on this multi-country study that assessed whether improving the quality of reproductive health services resulted in increased longer-term continuation of family planning. The findings showed that introduction of client-centered service delivery with a focus on the client-provider interaction resulted in better quality of care. However, improving quality of care alone was not sufficient to significantly increase the length of time women continued to use contraception.

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Costello, Marilou; Sanogo, Diouratie; Townsend, John; fertility; health service delivery; impact analysis; reproductive health; population;
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