Married young women and girls are the primary users of youth-centered sexual and reproductive health services in Ethiopia and, given the health risks associated with early and closely-spaced pregnancies, represent an especially important population to reach with sexual and reproductive health services. This brief looks specifically at the needs and preferences for family planning and reproductive health services among married young women and girls, with recommendations for how to more effectively ensure that they have access to those services.
Jain, Aparna, Elizabeth Tobey, Hussein Ismail, and Annabel Erulkar. 2017. "Married young women and girls’ family planning and maternal heath preferences and use in Ethiopia," Technical brief. Washington, DC: Population Council, The Evidence Project.
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