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Assessment of Family Planning Service Delivery at Selected Public Health Facilities in Bangladesh

Pathfinder’s Accelerating Universal Access to Family Planning (AUAFP) project, known as Shukhi Jibon in Bangladesh, aims to increase utilization of FP services through universal health coverage, reaching those most in need of FP services and information—districts and divisions with lower modern contraceptive prevalence rates.

This brief summarizes a longer assessment report that examined health facilities’ readiness to deliver adolescent reproductive health services, including: whether and how postpartum FP services are offered and by which cadres, the volume of services provided, quality of counseling, structural barriers to service provision, provider training, commodity availability, and community support dynamics. The 69 health facilities assessed were in six districts of four divisions (Chattogram, Dhaka, Mymensingh, and Sylhet).

Download the brief below or read the longer assessment report here.

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