Testing a Strategy to Increase IUCD Use in Nepal: ADRA/Nepal Operations Research Proposal Community-based Family Planning Day May 16, 2006. Introduction – Overview of Project. Eastern Region Family Planning Expansion Project (Nepal) Implemented in 6 districts of eastern development region
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Testing a Strategy to Increase IUCD Use in Nepal: ADRA/Nepal Operations Research Proposal
Community-based Family Planning Day
May 16, 2006
Introduction – Operations Research ProposalOverview of Project
Intra Uterine Contraceptive Device (IUCD) is under utilized in comparison with other methods due to:
To determine whether increasing access to IUCD by training service providers in insertion, removal and counseling and promoting knowledge and addressing socio-cultural myths through community mobilization, increases new acceptors of IUCD.
01 012 X 013 024
12m* 12 m
* Intervention start time may vary by site, though each site will be assessed 12 months pre and 12 months post. Data for months 1-12 will be collected retrospectively; for months 13-24, prospectively.
* Includes training, education, and incorporation into workplans/activities of various community-based groups (HFMC, DHDC, FCHV, DRHCC, mothers groups, special day celebrations, peer educators, MAP groups, health teachers, JRCC)