Many Beninese Women Have Unmet Need For Contraception, Study Shows

Guttmacher Institute: In Benin, Unmet Need for Modern Contraception Remains High Despite Having Been Identified as a National Priority
“Many Beninese women who want to avoid pregnancy are not using a modern contraceptive method, according to a new study released [Wednesday] by the Guttmacher Institute and the Association Béninoise pour le Marketing Social et la Communication pour la Santé … The researchers found that, as of 2012, one-third of married women and half of all sexually active unmarried women have an unmet need for contraception…” (12/9).

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