The impact of multimedia family planning promotion on the contraceptive behavior of women in Tanzania

Jato, Miriam N.; Simbakalia, Calista; Tarasevich, Joan M.; Awasum, David N.; Kihinga, Clement N.B.; Ngirwamungu, Edith
June 1999
International Family Planning Perspectives;Jun99, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p60
Academic Journal
Investigates the impact of multimedia family planning campaigns on contraceptive behavior of women in Tanzania. Probability of increased contraception by women exposed to more media sources of family planning; Probability of contraceptive use by women exposed to one media source of family planning message.


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