Postabortion Family Planning in Kyrgyzstan. Key Findings, Interventions and Expected Results. Leah Levin, MHSRichard Mason, MPH Regional Coordinator, E. Europe and EurasiaMonitoring and Evaluation Specialist IntraHealth International, Inc.IntraHealth International, Inc.
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Postabortion Family Planning in Kyrgyzstan
Key Findings, Interventions and Expected Results
Leah Levin, MHSRichard Mason, MPH
Regional Coordinator, E. Europe and EurasiaMonitoring and Evaluation Specialist
IntraHealth International, Inc.IntraHealth International, Inc.
PRIME II ProjectPRIME II Project
Facilities where abortions are provided: 5
Facilities where FP is provided: 22
Provider/postabortion client FP counseling observations: 41
*Sources: Lähteenmäki 1993; Lähteenmäki et al 1980
**Source: Johnson et al 2002
3. Clients and consumers mis-informed about potential side-effects and health effects of contraceptives
Information for postabortion clients on return to fertility
Abortion provider knowledge about appropriate methods for use by postabortion women
*no IUD knowledge baseline was collected
Proper information given on potential side effects
Postabortion woman receives FP method before leaving the facility
Availability of FP methods in facilities where abortions are provided
Misinformation about FP, especially postabortion, and other fertility issues
*Kyrgyzstan DHS, 1997
**Focus group discussion