DATA: Meeting the demand of women affected by ongoing crisis: increasing contraceptive prevalence in North and South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Sara E. Casey, Meghan C. Gallagher, Erin Dumas, Jessica Kakesa, Justin Mumbere Katsongo & Jean-Baptiste Muselemu
Context: Over 20 years of conflict in the DRC, North and South Kivu have experienced cycles of stability and conflict, resulting in a compromised health system and poor sexual and reproductive health outcomes. Modern contraceptive use is low (7.5%) and maternal mortality is high (846 deaths per 100,000 live births). Program partners have supported the Ministry of Health (MOH) in North and South Kivu to provide good quality contraceptive services in public health facilities since...
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