How Family Planning Supply and the Service Environment Affect Contraceptive use: Findings from four East African Countries

This report uses data from Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) and Service Provision Assessment (SPA) surveys conducted in Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, and Tanzania during the period of 2003-2010. Random-effects logit regression models are fitted to examine the extent to which contraceptive use is associated with the regional family planning supply and service environment and to assess the regional variability in contraceptive use that is explained by these two factors. Contraceptive use information is from the DHS surveys, and family planning supply and service environment data are provided in the SPA survey that was conducted within a year of the DHS in each country.

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