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Exploring the Contraceptive Use Histories and Decision-Making Processes of First-Time Parents in Western Tanzania

In 2018, the Evidence to Action (E2A) Project and Pathfinder International Tanzania—through the Tuungane Project, an integrated population, health, and environment (PHE) project in Western Tanzania—launched a new program component focusing on first-time parents (FTPs). In March 2020, nearly two years after the start of the FTP intervention, E2A and Pathfinder Tanzania, in collaboration with a local research consultant, followed up with FTM program participants and their husbands/partners to better understand contraceptive use and method choice at the time of the intervention and in the time since activities concluded. This study seeks to better understand how and why FTPs use FP so that implementers can design effective programs that support young women and men at this time in their reproductive lives.

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